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Havens to Havens Walk

posted 25 Feb 2018, 09:43 by Ralph Burtonshaw   [ updated 25 Feb 2018, 09:43 ]
From: Cathryn Wood <>
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Sent: Friday, 23 February 2018, 11:41
Subject: FW: Havens to Havens Walk - Sunday 13th May 2018

Good morning Eddie,
I hope you are well and don’t mind me contacting you - I work in the Events team at Havens Hospices.
I just wanted to get in touch to let you know details of our upcoming walking event as I thought it might be something that you and the members of Rochford and Castlepoint Ramblers may be interested in.
On Sunday 13th May, we are hosting our annual Havens to Havens Walk.
Participants can choose between a 5 or 10 mile route starting from Little Havens Hospice in Thundersley at 11am. The route will take walkers through Hadleigh, Old Leigh and along Chalkwell’s coastline to the midway point, Fair Havens Hospice in Westcliff, where participants are invited to join us for a scone and a hot drink.
Walkers can then either get the free bus or walk the further 5 miles back to Little Havens through Leigh Broadway and Belfairs Woods.
Tickets for this event are £12 for adults, and £5 for children between 3-14 years.
Ticket prices include the cream tea, and all funds raised from this event will help us take the next step in building a new much-needed adult hospice in Prittlewell.
Pushchairs/wheelchairs are permitted for the Havens to Havens Walk, and dogs on leads are welcome to join in the fun.
I would be extremely grateful if you could spread the word to your members, it would be lovely to see many of you there for what I’m sure will be a great day. I have attached a flyer with all the event information.
Thank you in advance for your help – please don’t hesitate to get in touch on 01702 220337 if you have any questions or would like any more information.
The easiest way to sign up is online at or you can sign up on the day from 10am at Little Havens Hospice.
Thanks again and I hope to see you there!
Best wishes,

Cathryn Wood
Event Fundraiser

DDI: 01702 220337
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