Walk through St Albans bluebells for Grove House
PUBLISHED: 11:04 14 April 2010 | UPDATED: 17:02 20 February 2013
Nothing yells spring quite like a woodland of bluebells – join this year's sponsored St Albans Bluebell walk and see for yourself.
Nothing yells spring quite like a woodland of bluebells join this years sponsored St Albans Bluebell walk and see for yourself.
This years Bluebell walk, organised by St Albans Lions to raise money for Grove House Hospice, takes place on April 25 with a choice of 3, 7, 13 or 18 mile walks.
The route takes you along the delightful footpaths and bridleways of Hertfordshire, through the wonderful bluebells by the new Heartwood Forest and Symondshyde Great Wood, and finishes at Nicholas Breakspear School where all participants will receive a hearty
meal. Whichever route you choose, beautiful scenery will await you, including the first bluebells of the year.
All the walks are led by a guide who will ensure that everybody is well looked after and that a comfortable pace for all participants is set.
You can help make this a special day for local people with cancer or other life-threatening illnesses by raising sponsorship or donating money to Grove House, The local hospice supporting people in St Albans, Harpenden and Hemel Hempstead areas.
This charity provides more than 9,000 free treatments and consultations each year to people who have life-threatening illness, and their families.
Your support can make a real difference to local people diagnosed with cancer or any other life-threatening illness.
The Bluebell sponsored walk takes place on April 25. The 18-mile walk starts at 10am; 13-mile walk at noon; 7-mile walk at 2.30pm; and 3-mile walk at 3.30pm.
For entry forms visit www.grove-house.org.uk or 01727 760904. A 7.50 registration fee includes a meal at the end of the walk.
You can set up your own personalised online sponsorship page by visiting www.justgiving.com/grove-house and following the simple instructions.
GROVE HOUSE HOSPICE
It costs over 1.3 million a year to run Grove House. This important local charity relies on fundraising to continue to help people who are going through a very difficult time. In 2010 Grove House will establish its new Hospice at Home service as fully operational 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This amazing service will support local people who choose to spend the final days of their illness in the security and comfort of their own home. The money raised by the Lions Bluebell Walk will help pay for this service and the many other free services offered by Grove House.