Fareham fitness coach to raise money for hospice

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FITNESS coach Nikki Caputa (left) is walking 26 miles to raise money.

Nikki, from Fareham, is completing the challenge on Sunday to support children’s hospice Naomi House and Jacksplace.

Raising money for such a worthy cause is a great way to give something back.

Nikki Caputa

She said: ‘I visited Naomi House about five years ago and was completely touched by the amazing environment and the wonderful work they do.

‘The Clarendon Way walk starts at Winchester Cathedral and finishes at Salisbury Cathedral, across stunning countryside.

‘Raising money for such a worthy cause is a great way to give something back.’