Round the Norwich ring road for kind-hearted Macmillan fundraisers

Ring road charity walkers embarking on their orbital annual fundraiser for Macmillan from the Maids Head pub in Old Catton. Photo: Steve Adams Ring road charity walkers embarking on their orbital annual fundraiser for Macmillan from the Maids Head pub in Old Catton. Photo: Steve Adams

Wednesday, April 23, 2014
10:12 AM

Kind-hearted fundraisers put their best foot forward to support Macmillan cancer research.

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Ring road charity walkers embarking on their orbital annual fundraiser for Macmillan from the Maids Head pub in Old Catton. Photo: Steve Adams Ring road charity walkers embarking on their orbital annual fundraiser for Macmillan from the Maids Head pub in Old Catton. Photo: Steve Adams

More than three dozen people took part in the 14th annual Easter ring road walk in Norwich on Good Friday.

Participants set off on their journey from the Maids Head pub in Spixworth Road in high spirits.

Organisers said more than £100,000 has been raised to support local services and cancer sufferers in Norfolk since the first ring road walk was held.

The walk was created in memory of Cheryl Sissen, wife of local police officer Richard Sissen, who died from cancer.

Organisers are still totting up the total from this year’s event, and hope to have raised a four-figure sum.

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