40 people walk the Ten Tors route in memory of teenager

PUBLISHED: 20:00 07 April 2017

Teenagers taking part in the Walk For Fi event.

Teenagers taking part in the Walk For Fi event.

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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.

Teenagers taking part in the Walk For Fi event.Teenagers taking part in the Walk For Fi event.

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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