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Fritton Lake to host Walk of Thoughts

PUBLISHED: 15:06 27 May 2009 | UPDATED: 13:59 03 July 2010

PEOPLE who have lost loved ones due to cancer can cherish their memory by taking part in the annual Big C Walk of Thoughts at Fritton Lake, near Yarmouth, on Sunday, June 28.

PEOPLE who have lost loved ones due to cancer can cherish their memory by taking part in the annual Big C Walk of Thoughts at Fritton Lake, near Yarmouth, on Sunday, June 28.

The six-mile circular walk through woodland and by the lake on the Somerleyton estate will raise funds for Big C, the Norfolk the Waveney cancer charity, and allow people to pay tribute to family and friends who have succumbed to cancer.

The Big C Walk of Thoughts runs from 10am to 4pm - with the last walkers setting off at 1pm. Dogs are permitted on leads. To order an entry form, call 01603 619900 or visit www.big-c.co.uk/walkofthoughts.

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