Charity group holds haunting fundraiser around St Albans city centre
A SPOOKY sponsored walk has helped a group of charitable women from St Albans raise �100 for charity. Twenty-one members of the St Albans circle, a social group for women aged between 18 and 45, embarked on a fancy dress ghost walk around St Albans last W
A SPOOKY sponsored walk has helped a group of charitable women from St Albans raise �100 for charity.
Twenty-one members of the St Albans circle, a social group for women aged between 18 and 45, embarked on a fancy dress ghost walk around St Albans last Wednesday, October 28, in aid of local charity Earthworks.
Dressed head-to-toe in Halloween attire, the group followed a St Albans Tour Guide to some of the spookiest spots in St Albans, including The White Hart pub on Holywell Hill where a number of ghost sightings have been reported.
Chair of St Albans Circle Marianne Jordan said: "With witches, devils, pirates and even a giant pumpkin in the group, I think any ghosts that dared to spook us would've been scared off first! The walk was a great way to have fun and raise money for charity, so it was perfect for the St Albans Circle."
For more information on the Circle and their upcoming events, which include a burlesque masterclass and a medieval banquet, visit www.stalbanscircle.org.uk or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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