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Men set out on Norfolk charity walk

PUBLISHED: 07:00 14 April 2010 | UPDATED: 09:40 02 July 2010

Stephen Pullinger

Christopher Gatland, 21, and his godfather Kevin Moloney, 51, set out yesterday from Repps with Bastwick, near Great Yarmouth on a 13-day, 230-mile charity walk around Norfolk.

Christopher Gatland, 21, and his godfather Kevin Moloney, 51, set out yesterday from Repps with Bastwick, near Great Yarmouth on a 13-day, 230-mile charity walk around Norfolk.

The pair will be following the Weavers' Way to Yarmouth and Angles Way to Thetford before joining the Peddars Way to Hunstanton and the Norfolk Coast Path to Cromer.

Mr Gatland, of Bromley, hopes to raise £1,000 for Haven House children's hospice in north London while Mr Moloney is raising funds for St Christopher's Hospice, in Sydenham.

Mr Gatland, a student at the University of Kent, Canterbury, said: “I was planning to raise money for the children's hospice in last year's London Marathon but broke my leg just before the race.”

To sponsor Mr Gatland visit www.justgiving.com/chrisgatland


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