Rosemary Walks Coast to Coast for Paul’s Fund

May 10, 2016  |  Blog, News, Uncategorized

P1100149On 3rd May, Georgeham resident Rosemary Littlewood along with friends Patrick and Sarah Farrelly from Saunton set off from Robin Hoods Bay on the Yorkshire coast to walk across England to St Bees, 190 miles to the west on the Cumbrian coast.

This long distance walk was devised by renowned walker and writer Alfred Wainwright and has become one of the most inspiring long distance walks in the world. The journey takes you through some of England’s most beautiful scenery including the North York Moors National Parks, Yorkshire Dales and finally the Lake District where Wrainwright is most famous.

Having planned the walk Rosemary had the idea to use the opportunity to raise money for a local charity and decided to support Paul’s Place which is located in Georgeham.

David and Pippa couldn’t do what they do without such local support whether it’s through donating, supporting fund raising events (including cream teas in the summer!), practical support, or joining the Paul’s Place Passport scheme which offers free or reduced rates to various local attractions and activities.

The impact of all this support is summed up by this thank you from some former guests:

“We can’t quite put in to words what an amazing and perfect little place you’ve created. Exactly what’s needed – relaxation in a beautiful setting. What you do for people is truly amazing.”

This further expression of local support is very much appreciated by David and Pippa.

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