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Helen Lewis

Alan and Helen Lewis, and their friend Richard Cartwright, are preparing to take part in a challenging trek in aid of the Alzheimer's Society this coming Saturday, 5th September.

Alan lost his mother in May to this cruel disease and Alan & Helen decided, in their 25th year of marriage, that a suitable way to celebrate was to take part in a 25 mile trek in Stonehenge for the society.

The trekking trio are hoping for fine weather, as it is estimated it will take them approximately 8-10 hours of mixed terrain walking.

We wish them luck!

If anyone would like to donate to this worthy cause, Alan and Helen have a make a donation page, which can be found here.

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