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    Passengers boarding the bus at The Belvedere Centre
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    Driver John with passenger at The Belvedere Centre. (Photo courtesy of Archant)
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    Driver Ricky assisting Phyllis after attending The Stroke Club. (Photo courtesy of 1st Photographic)
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    Passenger Assistant John with Lucy. (Photo courtesy of 1st Photographic)
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    Walkers celebrating completing our sponsored walk
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    Passengers on a visit to Stody Lodge and Gardens on behalf of a grant by Supporting Friends of Friends of the Elderly

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Sponsored Walk 2014

Wherryman’s Way Walk Challenge!

Charity Sponsored Walk in Aid of Norwich Door to Door and in association with Moco

Saturday 10th May 2014

Starting at County Hall, follow in the steps of local legend Billy Bluelight along the Wherryman’s Way through beautiful countryside to raise money for a new mobility bus needed by Norwich Door to Door.

Choose a seven, 12.21 or 26-mile route.

After Walk event at Alderfen,Surlingham

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Walk Check list

Final Details

 To take part and register please Fill out my form!, contact Ruby 01603776735 or find Norwich Door to Door on Facebook.

Please help us raise as much money has possible: Sponsorship Form or online giving

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Testimonials from last years participants:

“I count myself very lucky that I can get about easily on a day-to-day basis and this challenge has really made me realise what an invaluable service Norwich Door to Door provides.”  Jess Shanahan from Jetsocial, a local marketing company.  Read more on her Blog

“I didn’t think this would work.  I mean, how hard it is just to walk? I was wrong! By the time I got to 20 miles, I felt terrible.  As our time ran out … the whole point of the day became clear to me.  There are elderly and disabled people in our communities who struggle every day just to move about, something we all take for granted.”  Ali Bunn of Bunn The Baker Blog, a lifestyle blog with posts covering fitness, cooking, crafts and fashion. Read more.
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