Moonlit meander

Over 500 children registered for the evening plus their parents

Over 500 children registered for the evening plus their parents

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HUNDREDS of youngsters enjoyed a moonlit meander in aid of a hospice.

Young people strolled one-and-a-half miles around Portsmouth Historic Dockyard and into parts of Portsmouth Naval Base not usually open to the public, as reported.

They could also go round twice to complete the three-mile course, which raises funds for the Rowans Hospice in Purbrook. This year children could also make and decorate a star to place on a moonlit memories board. The stars were displayed at the end of the meander and will be on show at the hospice’s Light Up a Life service on December 11 in Portsmouth’s Guildhall Square.

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