NEW photos show hundreds of people taking part in the Clarendon Way Walk to raise money for Naomi House and Jacksplace.

As previously reported, the 26-mile walk between Salisbury Cathedral and Winchester Cathedral took place on Sunday, June 2, with more than £70,000 being raised for the hospices.

Salisbury Journal: Participants outside Winchester CathedralParticipants outside Winchester Cathedral (Image: Jon Bolton and Hayley Cowlard Photography)

Charlotte Patrick, events team leader at Naomi House and Jacksplace, said: “Feedback from participants has been wonderful, I would like to say a tremendous thank you to all of those that supported the event by either walking or volunteering for this event, we couldn't have done it without you!

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“Using past stock of the event t-shirts gave a splash of colour to the day and we are proud to be working towards a more sustainable event and reducing our impact on the environment.

“Sponsorship from the Clarendon Way Walk allows us to continue support to families across central south England whose children have incredibly complex medical needs.”

The charity said that this year’s event was made possible through support from local businesses, volunteers and Winchester’s Army Training Regiment.

To see a gallery of photos from the event, click the image at the top of the article.