In step for child cancer victims

PUBLISHED: 10:34 12 June 2006 | UPDATED: 09:26 24 May 2010

A GROUP of walkers explored the moors of North Somerset to help collect cash for a children's charity. Gina Childs, of Bramblewood, Yatton, led the team from Yatton Railway Station through high grass and muddy ground to the Full Quart pub in Hewish, for a

A GROUP of walkers explored the moors of North Somerset to help collect cash for a children's charity.Gina Childs, of Bramblewood, Yatton, led the team from Yatton Railway Station through high grass and muddy ground to the Full Quart pub in Hewish, for a well-earned break before returning to Yatton. Sponsorship from the eight-mile walk will go to CLIC Sargent, a charity which helps to look after children diagnosed with cancer or leukaemia.


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