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Get your walking boots on for charity

PUBLISHED: 11:34 22 April 2008 | UPDATED: 14:32 20 February 2013

Just Walk

Just Walk

Just Walk is an exciting sponsored UK charity walk for anyone wanting to fundraise for the charity of their choice...

www.acrossthedivide.com


Just Walk is an exciting sponsored UK Charity walk for anyone wanting to fundraise for the charity of their choice.


This fundraising event is open to charities and anyone who is keen to get their walking boots on and hike for charity on England's South Downs on Saturday the 10th of May.


This charity walk is designed to offer everyone the chance to experience a breathtaking walk over the picturesque South Downs and generate funds for their chosen charity. You, and your friends, can choose to participate in a gentle 20km fundraising walk or the BIG 60km. Both walks start at 9am at Goodwood Racecourse.


Once you have paid the event fee, ALL the money you raise will go to your chosen charity. So, whether you raise £10 or £10,000, your charity will get it ALL. You are fully supported along the route with hot refreshments and a big medical team.


New for 2008 is the Corporate Team Challenge cup, an opportunity for corporate teams to compete against each other on the 60km walk to win the Corporate Team Cup. For more information on the event and to register to take part please visit the website


www.just-walk.co.uk


You will also find information on training, fundraising tips, the corporate team challenge and pictures from last year's event.


Just Walk is organised by Across the Divide Expeditions, who over 10 years have helped raise over £24 million for charity through their charity events held in the UK and overseas.


www.acrossthedivide.com


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