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Remember a loved one by taking part in Walk for Longfield


Longfield Community Hospice will be hosting a spring walk at 10.30am on Sunday, May 15th and is encouraging walkers to sign up for the perfect family day out.

The Walk for Longfield will offer a choice of 5 or 10K routes, setting off from Longfield’s beautiful hospice grounds in Minchinhampton and crossing Minchinhampton and Rodborough Commons. Having taken in the stunning views, a cuppa and home-baked cakes will await you on your return. This is a great family event, which caters for adults, children and pets – dogs are welcome too!

All walkers will have the chance to hang a message in memory of their loved ones in Longfield’s picturesque grounds.

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A Covid-friendly event, with lots of fresh countryside air and outdoor space, it’s the perfect opportunity to boost your physical and mental wellbeing.

Organiser Claire Ellis, from Longfield, said: “Do join us on our Walk for Longfield. It’s a great way of remembering your loved ones and spending quality time with friends and family in the local countryside.

“This has been a popular event in the past so we’d urge you to register your interest now on our website so you can be the first to know when registrations are open.”

All money raised will help fund Longfield’s vital work providing care for adults in Gloucestershire with life-limiting conditions and support for their families and carers.

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