Have fun in your onesie and raise vital cash for hospice

Last year's Onesie Walk in Lincoln ANL-150224-144201001
Last year's Onesie Walk in Lincoln ANL-150224-144201001
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St Barnabas Lincolnshire Hospice is urging the local community to join them for their historical Moonlight Walk which is set to take place in Spalding as well as Lincoln, Grantham and Louth.

Due to the county-wide popularity of last year’s walks the local charity has decided to return with One Night in a Onesie as the theme for the second consecutive year.

All four walks are held on Saturday, June 6, and early registration is encouraged to take advantage of the early bird registration fee of just £10 per adult.

Becky Otter, of St Barnabas, said: “The Moonlight Walk is a flagship event in our hospice calendar and one that we are extremely proud to host each year.

“It never ceases to amaze me how generous the people of Lincolnshire are and over the past eight years the local community has united and helped us to raise in excess of £580,000 to support our patient and family care across the county.”

Last year, almost 1,000 people took part in the annual late-night walks across the county and together raised over £65,000. This year, St Barnabas Lincolnshire Hospice, are hoping to attract 1,500 participants to help raise £80,000.

Becky added: “One Night in a Onesie is not a race or a sport it is a unique walk that allows everyone in the Lincolnshire community to take part. Men and women from 11 years up are welcome.”

Participants can register online at www.stbarnabashospice.co.uk/onesiewalk