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Midnight Memory Walk
Saturday, 28 September 2019  9:30 Sunday, 29 September 2019 
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From Saturday, 28 September 2019 -  9:30
To Sunday, 29 September 2019 -  2:00
Contact 028 3025 1333

Join Southern Area Hospice Services for the Midnight Memory Walk. Suitable for the whole family, this 6km walk takes place of the 28th of September 2019 and is proudly sponsored by Kellys.

The night will involve a short remembrance service, live music and some refreshments for walkers which are kindly sponsored by Savage and Whitten Wholesale, Newry. Walkers will depart St. Colman’s College at 11.15pm and everyone will walk together through Midnight along the 6km route around Newry. Everyone will be welcomed back guided by candle light, where they will receive a special Midnight Memory medal and enjoy some final refreshments to sum up the evening.

Register now on Eventbrite or call the Fundraising Office on 028 3025 1333

Location St Colman's College
46 Armagh Road
Co Down
BT35 6PP
028 3026 2451
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