Miss Sussex to join Dame Vera Lynn Trust walk

Stephanie Prior, crowned winner of Miss Sussex 2014 is not only a winner in her own right but her success has become a fantastic win too for The Dame Vera Lynn Trust for Children with Cerebral Palsy.

Wednesday, 27th August 2014, 1:00 pm
Stephanie Prior is set to walk the Dame Vera Lynn Trust's fundraising walk SUS-140818-130011001

Out of many charities available, Stephanie has chosen to support The Dame Vera Lynn Trust as she was so moved by the work they do.

Stephanie is now an official Ambassador for the charity and her first action is taking part in the Arundel to Brighton Walk taking place on Saturday September 13 leaving from Arundel Castle and being launched by Paralympic athlete, Sophia Warner.

Stephanie commented: “I love to challenge myself and gain as much experience as possible with charity work. I have always considered myself a determined individual with a genuine interest to always better myself and the world around me. My goal in life is to be known for making a difference.”

Stephanie and the charity are looking for more walkers for this event which plays a vital part in the charities fundraising calendar. So if you would like to do something incredible this year and help make a difference why not join them.

With two walk distances available of 35km or 12km you can choose what would be suitable for you and still enjoy the staggeringly beautiful views and scenery which Sussex has to offer. The walk will span across the magnificent landscape of the South Downs before finishing at Devil’s Dyke on the outskirts of Brighton. Plus once you finish you will be rewarded with a celebratory hot meal, all included in the price of your registration.

Registration is only £30.00 and to sign up please visit http://www.patadventures.com/product/a2b-walk-2/ or call Kirstie Betts at Pied A Terre Adventures on 01403 788994 or email [email protected]

For more information about the Dame Vera Lynn Trust please contact [email protected] or call 01403 780444 or visit our website www.dvltrust.org.uk

Report and picture contributed by the Dame Vera Lynn Trust.