WATCH: Walkers raise nearly £4,000 for QA Hospital's neo-natal unit

A TEAM of walkers completed a 20-mile route raising thousands of pounds for premature babies.

Thursday, 23rd March 2017, 6:19 am
Updated Friday, 24th March 2017, 10:51 am
The team from Ickle Pickles set off from Queen Alexandra Hospital for the 20-mile sponsored walk around Portsmouth Picture: Steve Reid/Blitz Photography

The group from charity Ickle Pickles walked from Queen Alexandra Hospital, in Cosham, around Portsmouth.

The sponsored walk was raising money for the hospital’s neo-natal unit and generous donations saw the event raise £3,912.

A post on the charity’s Facebook page said: ‘For one of our smallest teams of walkers they did a great job.

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‘We were collecting some pennies along the way and with that combined with everyone’s sponsor money, I’m pleased to say that they raised a grand total of £3,912.69.

‘Brilliant total! Well done and thank you to everyone that took part.’