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A FAREHAM charity is organising a trek across Hungary to celebrate its 21st birthday.

The Rainbow Centre supports children with cerebral palsy and adults who have had a stroke, multiple sclerosis or Parkinson’s disease.

The charity wants people to take part in the Hungarian Challenge 2012, in May next year.

It will involve trekking across forests, lakes and hills before stopping at The Peto Institute in Budapest, the home of Conductive Education.

The registration fee is £250 and anyone wanting to take part must raise at least £1,650.

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