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Lichfield sponsored walk to raise money for domestic abuse charity the Pathway Project

A sponsored walk in Lichfield will raise money for the Pathway Project – a local charity which supports victims of domestic abuse.

Cllr Doug Pullen, Marisha Place, Kathy Coe and Lucie Ferneyhough

Cllr Doug Pullen, Marisha Place, Kathy Coe and Lucie Ferneyhough

Men, women and children are being invited to don their finest fancy dress and footwear for the one-mile route on June 27.

Kathy Coe, Director of the Pathway Project, said: “This is a chance for everyone to take a stand against physical and emotional abuse in the home.

“Domestic abuse can happen to anyone, and Pathway supports males, females, adults and children, and we look forward to welcoming all to this event.”

Activities will take place outside the Guildhall from 11am on the day, including face painting. Then the sponsored walk will set off at 12noon.

It costs £5 to take part, on top of sponsorship, and all donations are welcome. To register to take part, call Lucie Ferneyhough on 01543 308777 or contact her via email.

More details, including sponsorship forms, can be found on the Pathway Project website.

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