Dorothy House Hero Walk

10th August 2020, 1:55pm | By Biddy Walcot | Event Date : 20200912

Be a Dorothy House Hero and sign up for our fabulous Hero Walk. Walk 5, 13 or 26 miles before 12 September for your own hero and help support your local hospice! Since Lockdown in March, Dorothy House Hospice has lost around 70% of its income – with shops closed and fundraising events cancelled or postponed. But the hospice still provides vital care, free to patients with life-limiting illness, their families and carers. So, walk for your hero, and be our hero! https://www.dorothyhouse.org.uk/events/hero-walk/

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