On Sunday 3rd of May bring the family along to enjoy a day of fun and exercise at the beautifully located White Horse Inn (also known as the Pub With No Name) at Priors Dean, near Petersfield - and it’s all in aid of The Rosemary Foundation.
There will be breakfast, soft drinks, tea and coffee available from 9am if you need sustenance before you set off.
The day commences with a choice of three walks through the surrounding countryside to suit all ages and abilities; a 2-mile Toddle along a pushchair-friendly route for youngsters accompanied by an adult, a 6-mile Stroll for walkers with slightly longer legs and a 10-mile Trek for those who really wish to stride out. All walks will be guided and start times are staggered to ensure that everyone gets back to the Inn by early afternoon.
· 10 mile trek …………10.00am
· 6 mile stroll………….11.00am
· 2 mile toddle……… 12.00 noon
On return from the walks we have the local band ‘Rehab’ playing at lunchtime whilst we serve up the BBQ and drinks. Later in the evening we will have The Trevor John Band playing. There will be an outside bar available and plenty of camping space for those who would like to make a weekend of it. So make sure that the 3rd of May is firmly pencilled in your diary.
The aim is to raise money for The Rosemary Foundation who are a local charity providing a hands-on nursing service for patients suffering from cancer, or other life threatening conditions, in their own homes. Previous White Horse events have raised over £10,000 for cancer-related charities. As in previous years, this year’s event is expected to be popular. Entries in advance are £10 per person or £12 on the day (half price for children of 15 and under), which includes the cost includes food and a drink at the finish.