Arlington Bluebell Walk

Arlington Bluebell Walk and Farm Trail10th and 11th May 2018

Lions Clubs across the South East are calling for walkers to take part in the annual Arlington Bluebell Walk and Farm Trail on 10th and 11thMay 2018. This year the picturesque walk is in aid of our Lions Head Scanner Appeal for the Kent, Surrey and Sussex Air Ambulance (KSSAA). In 2017 £3,000 was raised for this appeal and this year we hope to raise even more.

This special event is held at the beautiful Bates Green Farm in East Sussex. The funds raised through registrations, at just £6 per adult and £2.50 per child, will help to cover the cost of new head scanner equipment that will enable swifter patient diagnosis and more lives to be saved.

Every year the Bluebell Walk and Farm Trail runs for six weeks and during each week funds are raised for a different charity. South East Lions Clubs were invited by Bates Green Farm to raise funds for the KSSAA. Lions members will once again join forces to make the two-day fundraising opportunity a great success.

Lion David Skinner, member of Uckfield and District Lions Club, commented: “Our Club members are delighted to take up the opportunity to raise funds for the KSSAA, it is such a worthy cause. Lions and friends will help with the event organisation on both days and provide the catering. More than four hundred people took part in the walk in aid of the appeal last year so let’s build on that. We are most grateful to Bates Green Farm for the opportunity and we encourage families, groups and individuals to take part in what is sure to be another fantaastic walk.”

Please support Kent, Surrey and Sussex Air Ambulance and join us on the day for a walk, along with lunch or tea. It costs just £6 for an adult to take part, £5.50 for seniors and £2.50 for children from 3-16 years. A family of 2 adults and up to 4 children can enter the walk for £15.

Alternatively, if you can't make the walk, you can make a donation online HERE.

 


 



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