40 people walk the Ten Tors route in memory of teenager
PUBLISHED: 20:00 07 April 2017
The friends and family members of a teenage girl who died in a car crash have walked the gruelling Ten Tors route in her memory – and they raised thousands of pounds.
Fiona Braidwood died in March 2016 after sustaining a serious head injury in a car crash in Banwell, where she lived.
A total of 40 people joined her family to walk the Ten Tors route to raise money for the Fiona Braidwood Education Fund, a bursary which will help children with special educational needs.
The Walk For Fi event raised more than £7,000. To donate visit www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/Walk-for-Fi
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