The magnificent seven lace up their walking boots in aid of the Alzheimer's Society
SEVEN women from Nailsworth-based Corinium Care are lacing up their walking boots for a cause close to their hearts.
The magnificent seven will stride out for this year's Memory Walk in aid of the Alzheimer's Society.
Leading the team is the live-in care agency's commercial director Amanda Butler.
"A lot of our clients have dementia so we are very mindful of the good work that the charity does and how important it is to try and beat what can be a devastating disease," she said.
"At first just two of us signed up for the walk. Then five more joined in, including the managing director. So even if it's raining it's going to be a good day out."
The 10km event takes place in the grounds of Highnam Court near Gloucester on Sunday, September 15.
Taking part are Amanda, along with Jo Wilkins, Suzanne Hathaway, Carly Lines, Celia Mackie, managing director Clare Janik and Rachel Dedman.
Sponsor the girls at www.justgiving.com/Coriniummemorywalk
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