How Did “Walk For Life 3” Go?
Last week Belper residents took part in Walk For Life 3, a three day charity walk to promote people signing up for organ donation, for which there is always a great need. The second goal of the charity is to fund a dialysis machine for use by the Royal Derby Hospital, which would be used both at the hospital and so that patients can continue their vital treatment whilst away from Derby at a respite location in north Wales.
This is the photo record of Walk For Life 3’s journey.
Belper Market Place, awaiting the off: Walk For Life 3 charity walkers & supporters, ready to commit to three days of walking to promote organ donation and fund raise for a respite dialysis machine for the Royal Derby Hospital
Arrival at the Royal Derby Hospital: walkers of the Walk For Life 3 cause point to the pink promotional lorry’s “I donate – organ donation” logo
Walk For Life 3 charity members meet the key & keen staff of the Dialysis Unit, both groups have patients welfare at heart.
Walk For Life 3 Charity chairman Gary Spendlove (pink sweatshirt) meets some of the patients we aim to help.
The trekkers (en route to Matlock Bath), as the Walk For Life 3 Charity fundraising continues. Day three and we’re given a warm welcome from manager Samantha at the Hurt Arms, Ambergate. Thank you Samantha & Hurt Arms!
Photos and journey: Peter Amour
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