Looking for a new challenge? Why not take part in a walk through the beautiful Suffolk countryside to feel the benefit of exercise on your overall wellbeing and raise money for Suffolk Mind at the same time?
You can get involved in any walk, any where, any time to raise money for Suffolk Mind.
The Stour Valley Path
If you’re stuck for ideas for where to walk, why not challenge yourself along the Stour Valley Path. It’s a 60 mile route following the valley sides of the River Stour and 2019 is its 25th anniversary. For more details visit their website by clicking here.
Councillor James Finch, who is the Chairman of Suffolk County Council will be taking part in 10 walks along The Stour Valley Path from Newmarket to Cattawade for Suffolk Mind. James has chosen Suffolk Mind as his Charity of the Year for 2019/2020.
You can join James on any of his walks throughout 2019:
- Saturday 22nd June, Newmarket to Stetchworth, 5 miles
- Saturday 6th July, Stetchworth to Great Bradley, 4.5 miles
- Friday 19th July, Great Bradley to Kedington, 5.7 miles
- Tuesday 6th August, Kedington to Clare, 8 miles
- Friday 16th August, Clare to Long Melford, 8.5 miles
- Saturday 31st August, Long Melford to Great Henny, 7 miles
- Friday 13th September, Great Henny to Wormingford, 6 miles
- Friday 27th September, Wormingford to Stoke-by-Nayland, 6.5 miles
- Saturday 12th October, Stoke-by-Nayland to Stratford St Mary, 5.2 miles
- Friday 25th October, Stratford St Mary to Cattawade, 4.5 miles
If you don’t feel like completing the walk yourself, you can sponsor James here.
Registering & fundraising
You can take part in a walk anywhere and at any time you like. If you’d like to get involved in your own walking challenge or join James along the Stour Valley Path to fundraise for Suffolk Mind, then complete this form and we can set up your own giving page on our website.
For any questions, or for further information, email us at email@example.com.
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