Why not become a midnight ramble
DON T wait for the midnight hour – it is not too late to take part in the Grove House Midnight Walk by turning up on the night. The 10-mile walk around St Albans is taking place this Saturday in Verulamium Park and is open to anyone over the age of 12 — 1
DON'T wait for the midnight hour - it is not too late to take part in the Grove House Midnight Walk by turning up on the night.
The 10-mile walk around St Albans is taking place this Saturday in Verulamium Park and is open to anyone over the age of 12 - 16 year olds and under must be accompanied - and men as long as they dress in women's clothes.
Around a thousand women are expected to take part in the walk which will include a break along the way at St Albans fire station for cakes and chocolates, including the Yummy Mummies (pictured), made up of seven young mums from across St Albans and sponsored by Wheathampstead firms Arthur Simms Homes and MustAVit.co.uk
Registration on the night is �20 and can be done at the Inn on the Park.
The Midnight Walk is expected to raise �150,000 for the hospice and to find out more about the event, visit www.midnightwalk.org or call Sannah on 01727 713002.
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