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The mayor of Brighton and Hove, Councillor Mo Marsh, is holding a sponsored walk to raise money for her official charities, which this year includes Albion in the Community (AITC).

As well as AITC, the mayor is supporting RISE, The Clock Tower Sanctuary, the Sussex Heart Charity and the Martlets Hospice - all of which will benefit from the Boundary Walk on 28 April.

Starting in Saltdean, the event takes in the beauty of the South Downs and includes a picnic at Stanmer Park before...

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Boundary Walk: 28 April

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The mayor of Brighton and Hove, Councillor Mo Marsh, is holding a sponsored walk to raise money for her official charities, which this year includes Albion in the Community (AITC).

As well as AITC, the mayor is supporting RISE, The Clock Tower Sanctuary, the Sussex Heart Charity and the Martlets Hospice – all of which will benefit from the Boundary Walk on 28 April.

Starting in Saltdean, the event takes in the beauty of the South Downs and includes a picnic at Stanmer Park before finishing with tea in Portslade.

The route is 18 miles from start to finish, but fundraisers can join in for as little or as much as they like. It will be split into two stages, with a designated stage for people with mobility issues.

To enter, visit the online booking page here and select the charity you would like to support. Alternatively, you can choose to support all five.

Registration costs £6 for adults and free for accompanying children (one adult to every two children).

Participants are then encouraged to collect sponsorship from friends and family, which will then support their chosen charity.

Dogs are welcome but must be kept on a short lead.

For more information email: fundraising@albioninthecommunity.org.uk.