Rotary Walk or Ride returns
15:00 12 April 2012
The annual Rotary Club Walk or Ride is returning to raise charity funds.
It takes place on April 29 at Bicton College, and participants will be able to choose from a five, eight, or 12-mile walk, or a 14-mile cycle.
They will be setting off from the college between 8.30am and 1pm.
It is being organised by the Rotary Club of Exmouth and District, and people who take part can choose to raise funds for a range of charities.
The event is being sponsored by both Palmer Whitton and Laing and Ladram Bay Holiday Park and is supported by Bicton College.
To get involved, either as a charity or as a walker or rider, visit www.exmouthrotaryclub.co.uk for full details and sponsorship forms, or call 01395 270766.
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