THE city will be lit up in neon lights as Salisbury Hospice Charity's midnight walk returns.

The event is one of the charity's biggest annual fundraising events, and is returning after a five-year break. 

Readers can showcase their dance skills, as they hop, skip and groove through the streets of the city, dressed up in neon socks, funky glasses, and head boppers.

Taking place on Saturday, April 27, the walk is open to anyone over 12 years.

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The walk will begin and end at the Five Rivers Leisure Centre, offering a choice of 6 or 10-mile walks, where every step makes a difference.

The special memories board will also return this year, offering the opportunity to dedicate a star to a loved one, creating an everlasting memory.

In addition, participants will receive a living medal in the form of 'Forget Me Not' seeds, a gentle reminder of those we miss dearly.

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Readers can support Salisbury Hospice Charity by inviting friends, family, and colleagues to participate, even pets can take part in making a difference.

The hospice said: "We extend our sincere thanks to our sponsor, Webbed Feet, for their invaluable support. Their contribution enables us to make a difference every step of the way."

Registration is now open: