The NSPCC is calling on local residents to pull on their walking boots and take part in a new sponsored walk to raise funds for children.
The family friendly NSPCC Bamburgh Walk takes place on Saturday, September 13 at 10am. Participants can enjoy a four mile amble along coastal paths and through the village.
Wendy Bates, NSPCC head of fundraising for the north east, said: “This is the first time we’ve held a sponsored walk in Bamburgh and we hope the local community and tourists will really get behind the event and help us raise a significant sum for children.”
The NSPCC hope to raise £5,000 to help fund services for vulnerable children, young people and families who need support.
People can find out more about the Bamburgh Walk and register by calling the North East fundraising team on 0113 218 2735 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Wendy continued: “This is a beautiful part of Northumberland and a perfect place for a leisurely weekend stroll. The route is ideal for casual walkers and young families and would make a lovely day out with the kids.
“We rely on fundraising events like the Bamburgh Walk to help fund our projects and services that help children and young people here in the North East and across the UK. Why not sign up, pull on your walking boots, come along and have a fun day out whilst raising money for children.”
Entry for the Bamburgh Walk is priced at £7.50 per adult and £5 per child, with family entry costing £20 for two adults and two children.