A Walk to Remember is back!

25th March 2022, 10:50am | By Kelly Bundy | Event Date : 20220611

Alzheimer’s Support’s family-friendly sponsored walk returns on Saturday June 11th 2022.

A Walk to Remember was put on hold during the pandemic and is now back with two scenic routes, a circular 8.5 mile walk up and around the Iron Age Battlesbury hill fort near Warminster and a shorter Meadow Mile which is accessible for wheelchairs and push chairs.

The charity which supports 2,500 people affected by dementia in Wiltshire every year, is looking for walkers to take part so why not sign up today or put a team together? It’s a great day out in the Wiltshire countryside for a great cause!

www.alzheimerswiltshire.org.uk/a-walk-to-remember-2022

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