Hundreds take part in charity walk for Hampshire hospice

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SCORES of people supported a children’s hospice by taking part in a charity walk.

In total 870 supporters of Naomi House children’s hospice near Winchester, walked the Clarendon Way Walk – a 26-mile or 12-mile route.

It goes from Winchester to Salisbury and money raised went to the hospice, which helps children with life-threatening illnesses and their families, including those from the Portsmouth area.

Paul Morgan, area fundraising manager for the hospice, said: ‘The 2014 Clarendon Way Walk once again proves what an incredible community event the annual event has become.

‘From children to grandparents and every age and level of fitness in between people walked and danced their way across the beautiful paths and tracks of the Clarendon Way.

‘It was supported by as diverse a range of volunteers as participants including the army, Naomi House staff and volunteers.’

Next year’s walk takes place on May 31, registration will open soon.