Walk Of Hope

Listeners have heard how The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity aims to attract more than 1,000 people to this year's Clatterbridge Mersey Walk of Hope.

Events Manager Sam Archibald popped in to the studio to tell Phil Rostance all about the event.

Sam Archibald with details of the walk

The 5k or 10k walk, which takes place on the evening of Friday 26th October at 8pm, is in its second year and should raise thousands of pounds for the Wirral charity.

Sam told Coffee Club listeners about the magnificent views of Liverpool under moonlight, the delicious hog roast, live music, fire eaters and West African drummers who will be playing for the walkers to spur them along.

Sam also talked about some other event planned, including a Bond Ball in Luyten's Crypt at Liverpool Cathedral and the 5k Liverpool Santa Dash on Sunday, 2 December.

For further information contact 0151 482 7948 or visit the charity's website.

 

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