Walk supports ‘no violence’ initiative

2016-11-16 06:01
Photo: supplied Ready with their walking shoes (from left) Sheralee Macfarlane, Calvin Fitchett, Jenny Smith, Hannah Meiring and Pauline Widdowson.

Photo: supplied Ready with their walking shoes (from left) Sheralee Macfarlane, Calvin Fitchett, Jenny Smith, Hannah Meiring and Pauline Widdowson.

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IN keeping with 16 Days of Activism of No Violence Against Women and Children, Kingsburgh Child and Family Welfare Society will be holding a fund-raising, fun, walk along the beach on Sunday, 27 November at 8am.

The walk will start at Winklespruit beach on the grass area and finish at Warner Beach. Regrettably there are no prizes for winners.

Entrance R20 per person, is to be paid on the day, or a bag of used clean clothing, shoes, etc. can be donated. All proceeds and goods-in-kind will be donated to Kingsburgh Child and Family Welfare.

“This walk has been initiated by our junior members, so please support us. We will walk rain or shine, young or adult, walk at your own pace, socialise, be happy, enjoy our beautiful beaches,” said chairperson Jenny Smith.

For further inquiries, contact Hannah on 079 089 4148 or Jenny on 031 916 2362 or 063 467 8191. Contact the office on 031 916 2274 or 031 916 30047 (mornings from 8am to 12pm).

- Supplied.

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