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CHILDREN’S hospice boss Ray Kipling has thrown down a challenge to business leaders in the Portsmouth area.

Mr Kipling, the retiring chief executive of Naomi House, near Winchester, will end his time at the helm by taking part in the hospice’s flagship event – the 26-mile Clarendon Way Walk, on June 10.

He has called on fellow business leaders to complete the walk from Winchester to Salisbury with him or, if they don’t fancy the hike, to sponsor him.

Businesses can enter a team or an individual by visiting naomihouse.org.uk or calling the fundraising team on (01962) 843513. Those who cannot join Ray on the day can sponsor him via justgiving.com/ray-kipling