‘Walk home from work’ benefits Pembrokeshire hospice

By Paul Evans   |   Content editor   |
Sunday 31st July 2022 4:00 pm
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Earlier this month, Meg Asparassa and work colleagues planned an epic fundraising journey to support Pembrokeshire’s only Hospice at Home charity the Paul Sartori Foundation.

She planned to walk ‘home’ from work in memory of her aunt, Liz Tomlinson who had passed away from cancer in July 2021.

Throughout Liz’s life she had raised numerous amount of money for various charities, and Meg wanted to continue in her footsteps.

Meg and a team of colleagues - Rory McLuskey, Dan Richardson and Luke Ashford set off on Friday, July 1, from their workplace in Tidworth, Wiltshire, England) to Pembroke - a total of 177 miles in three days.

Meg also supported Ward 10 Withybush Hospital and The Robin Cancer Trust with her fundraising efforts.

She has currently raised £1,310 and the fundraising page is still live to attempt to reach the target amount of £1,500.

After the gruelling walk, Meg said: “You can do anything, if you put your mind to it!”

Please visit: https://bit.ly/walkfromhome if you would like to support Meg’s fundraising.

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