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Walking for life is life’s work for Ethnic Voice UK

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Walk for Life 2016 volunteers (Ethnic Voice UK
Walk for Life 2016 volunteers (Ethnic Voice UK

Ethnic Voice UK  volunteers completed their 2016 walk recently with heartfelt thanks to those who supported them. They in turn support those in their local British communities who are living with blood deceases.

There were 12 walkers plus a few children who walk through the woods and fields of Beckenham Place Park in South London. Their takeoff point at 11.00am was Mansion House- Cafe inside the park. In 2015, they had walked through the streets of East London, taking off from Seven Kings to Stratford.

The experience last year was captured as follows: “It’s really easy to say that you know why you take part in a charity fundraiser – you want to help the charity to achieve its goals by raising money to help it continue.

“But as we walked with some amazing people who told us about their experiences over the years, it was apparent that no matter how much both our feet ached and how much we longingly looked at Stratford and the finishing line in the distance, we had to carry on.”

HAMILTONSTYLE is proud to support Ethnic Voice UK. Ethnic Voice was formed in July 2006. The purpose of the organisation is to support less privileged and vulnerable members of the community in the areas of education, health development awareness and capacity building.

Alaba Banjo and Kehinde Ojolola are the principals behind Ethnic Voice UK with Edith Yoba and Olawale Ayodele as trustees.[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]

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