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They’re yomping it for Hospice Heroes

Brothers Gary and Bradley Rawcliffe are supporting the Hospice Heroes campaign

Brothers Gary and Bradley Rawcliffe are supporting the Hospice Heroes campaign

Three brothers hosted a raffle to rally support for their charity efforts.

Soldiers Gary, Bradley and Curtis Rawcliffe, from Cleveleys, are taking on a charity challenge to speed march the length of the Fylde coast, in a bid to raise thousands of pounds for The Gazette’s Hospice Heroes campaign.

The campaign is aiming to raise £200,000 for Trinity Hospice and Brian House.

The trio went to Carousel Cafe in Cleveleys for a raffle to raise funds for Trinity Hospice and the Air Ambulance, with half of funds raised going towards their total.

The trio will be setting off from Fleetwood Mount at 9am on January 6, intending to cover the 18-plus miles to Lytham, while wearing full kit and carrying 20kg each, in less than six hours.

DETAILS OF HOW YOU CAN DONATE OR GET INVOLVED ARE LISTED ON OUR DEDICATED HOSPICE HEROES PAGE.

 
 
 

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