Time to tweed up for the Jolly Good Jaunt near Honiton
- Credit: Archant
This year’s tweed-themed Jolly Good Jaunt in October promises to be every bit as fun as before.
Angela Phillips (pictured) is the clinical nurse specialist team leader at Kings House and did the walk with the team last year.
“The Jolly Good Jaunt really is a great day out in a good cause,” she said. “Last year’s walk was loads of fun and we raised a lot of money for Hospiscare. This year’s promises to be even better.
“A hot drink and a hog roast awaits everyone on their return to Deer Park Country House Hotel. So sign up, get some tweeds on and get ready!”
The Jolly Good Jaunt is a 7.5-mile sponsored walk and begins at Deer Park, Honiton, on Sunday, October 23.
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Enter the jaunt today for the early bird rate - just £10 per adult and £5 per child until August 21. After this, entry will be £15 and £10. For full details, visit www.jollygoodjaunt.co.uk 01392 688020 or call 01392 688020.
Hospiscare would like to thank the Deer Park for hosting the Jolly Good Jaunt and media partners Archant and the Midweek Herald for their support.
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The funds raised are essential towards helping Kings House to continue its vital services which include complementary therapy, bereavement support, care navigators, drivers and a fundraising support group. Hospiscare is a local charity, providing free, high quality care and support to people with a progressive life-limiting illness, and those close to them in Exeter, East and Mid Devon.