Details of our 29km walk around Rutland Water
Macmillan provides families with invaluable support at undoubtedly one of their most difficult times. The compassion, care, and support provided is exceptional. Unfortunately, many of us will experience losing a loved one to cancer and our aim is to continue to support Macmillan to ensure their nurses’ fantastic support is available for every family when needed.
2020 is a leap year and as part of our support for Macmillan Cancer Support, we are focusing on the number 29 as £29 is the cost per hour for a Macmillan nurse to spend time helping people living with cancer and their families to receive essential medical, practical and emotional support.
Members of staff from Pygott & Crone, along with their family and friends are looking to raise £2,900 by walking a 29km route around Rutland Water on Sunday 23rd February, individually and in relay teams.
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