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Scarborough’s Scalby Walk raises £2,700 for SPARKS Project charity

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The six-mile walk starts and finishes at The Plough on Scalby’s High Street, with all money raised from this year’s walk going to SPARKS Project – Solving Problems And Real Kickstart Solutions.

The ticket price for the walk includes half a pint of bitter, lager, squash or water at the pubs en route – The Three Jolly Sailors, the Red Lion, the Blacksmiths Arms and the Oak Wheel.

This year, the walk had 250 registrations – and 35 dogs attended.

Scalby Walk raises £2,700 for SPARKS Project charityScalby Walk raises £2,700 for SPARKS Project charity
Scalby Walk raises £2,700 for SPARKS Project charity

The walk raised £2,700 for the SPARKS Project.

Michael Whiteley, Scalby Walk Chairman, said: “The feedback from the walk was fantastic as were all the fancy dress outfits.

“Scalby Walk as well as being a fun event is also a walking race. This is a charity walk and this year we raised £2,700 for a fantastic local charity SPARKS Project.”

First Resident Lady and Man were Emma Hopper and Steven Hopper.

First Non-Resident Lady was Elizabeth Haynes.

Oldest Resident Man and Lady were Brian Beever and Jean Beever.

First Junior was Samson Grunwell and First dog was Wallace.

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