2nd Annual FPZ Walk

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Corfe Castle
Old Harry

ONE DAY, ONE VISION, ONE MISSION, empowering vulnerable children.

Future Pillars Zambia will be holding their second sponsored walk on Saturday 1 June. This is another team effort to raise funds for vulnerable children and young adults in their educational programmes in Zambia.

A circular walk around the Isle of Purbeck, of about 30 miles, beginning and ending at Swanage Methodist Church, will take in views of Poole Harbour, Old Harry Rocks, Durlston Head, Corfe Castle, Worth Matravers and Studland Beach & Nature Reserve.

The Organisers of this fund-raising event are looking for Walkers to take on the challenge of the walk and Supporters who can offer practical help on the day. Plenty of information and the booking form for Walkers can be found on the Future Pillars Zambia website at http://futurepillarszambia.org.uk/events/ and Sponsorship forms will be available nearer the time.

If you would like further information posters at your church, for either Walkers or Supporters, please use the Contact button on this site.

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