A walk in the dark hopes to raise lots of funds for Cancer Foundation

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More than 400 walkers in eye-catching outfits took to the streets for a charity walk.

The keen fundraisers walked from South Ribble and Chorley Hospital to the Royal Preston Hospital for the Rosemere Cancer Foundation’s annual Walk in the Dark.

Over 400 fundraisers taking part in the annual Rosemere Cancer Foundation, Walk in the Dark, from Chorley District Hospital to Royal Preston Hospital.

Over 400 fundraisers taking part in the annual Rosemere Cancer Foundation, Walk in the Dark, from Chorley District Hospital to Royal Preston Hospital.

Walkers dressed up in lashings of colour and sparkle to light up the night skies.

Rosemere hope to have reached the £18,000 fundraising target for Walk in the Dark 2014, but are still in the process of counting all donations.

Laura Stephenson, Area Fundraising Coordinator for Rosemere, said: “Once again, we have exceeded expectations and raised thousands of pounds for Rosemere.

“This event just gets bigger and better. People have come out in force from all over the region and further afield to support this event and we are so very grateful for their efforts. Watching our walkers and those supporting the event by giving their time on a Saturday night was quite overwhelming.”

Fundraisers Yvonne Edwards, Paul Edwards, Rowena Hesketh, Becky Wignall and Kathy Allen join the Walk In The Dark

Fundraisers Yvonne Edwards, Paul Edwards, Rowena Hesketh, Becky Wignall and Kathy Allen join the Walk In The Dark

 

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