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Family Sponsored Walk, Myrtle Park. Sunday 26th June 2022

12 May 2022,

Down Syndrome Training & Support Service


Date: Sunday 26th June 2022, 2pm start.

Location: Myrtle Park, Bingley

Course: One lap is 1.25km or 3/4 of a mile. We will aim to do two laps, so 2.5 km or just over 1.5 miles. This should take less than one hour; obviously depending on the length of your legs! We will walk clockwise starting and finising at the bandstand.

The walk will use hard paths and short grass and not include the field at the bottom as it may be muddy.

To register: follow the link, or contact our office 01274 561308

Collecting sponsors: You can collect monies via our page on the ‘wonderful’ site | Down Syndrome Training and Support Service Limited donations will be automatically Gift Aided.

Or you can use a good old fashioned sponsor form attached. You can then collect cash or you can use the QR code to collect sponsor money via bank card.

For more details please contact the office on 01274 561308

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