Despite the hot weather, more than 200 people affected by cancer, their family members and friends attended the annual Paul Strickland Scanner Centre Spring Walk on Bank Holiday Monday (7/5) to help raise money for medical equipment at Mount Vernon Hospital.

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Pierre
11 May, 2018

Despite the hot weather, more than 200 people affected by cancer, their family members and friends attended the annual Paul Strickland Scanner Centre Spring Walk on Bank Holiday Monday (7/5) to help raise money for medical equipment at Mount Vernon Hospital.
Fundraiser Caroline Wren, the event organiser, said: “It was really great that so many people came along to show their support for people affected by cancer. Together, they have managed to raise more than £2,000, with more sponsorship money coming in every day.”
“We’re particularly grateful to Chenies Manor for giving once again giving walkers access to their tulip gardens without an additional charge.”
The walk has taken place every year since the beginning of the last decade, with thousands of people and their families taking part over the years.

Find out about our other fundraising events at https://www.stricklandscanner.org.uk/get-involved/events

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