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Dig out your boots for charity walk

Worcester Editorial 27th Mar, 2014 Updated: 19th Oct, 2016

HUNDREDS of walkers are expected to dig out their boots as part of St Richard’s Hospice’s 30th anniversary.

The charity’s 30th annual Malvern Hills walk, which will take place on Saturday May 17, is set to draw a big crowd and will see participants of all ages trek two, five or 11 mile routes.

Last year, 260 people took part in the event, with more than £10,000 raised for the hospice and organisers are hoping this year will prove even more popular as supporters celebrate the 30th milestone.

Lizzie Brazier, St Richard’s community fund-raiser, said: “The Malvern walk is always very popular and we’re hoping it will be bigger than ever to celebrate our 30th year.

“The event is great fun for all involved and makes a big difference in helping us continue to provide our care. We have many people who do the walk each year and look forward to striding out across the hills every May.”

The event is being sponsored by RCA Regeneration of Hampton Lovett, Droitwich, and for more information or how to register, visit

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