Seven Sisters Conquered!!

24 June 2021

Jackson Rowe partnered with World in Need for the Seven Sisters Challenge on 12th June. Approximately 40 intrepid travellers set off across the glorious Sussex countryside for a challenging (quite a lot being uphill!) but fun, 7 mile walk.

Special Award for Stamina goes to Jeremy Dixon who completed the whole walk whilst carrying his two year old….and still managed to smile.

A great day was had by all, ending with well earned refreshments at the local pub and most importantly, raising £4,383 for this fantastic charity.

Thank you to the organisers, everyone who took part and everyone that has sponsored us so far.

It’s still not too late to donate, please go to:

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