A team of six walked 11.5 miles along the Mineral Tramway Trail from Portreath on the north coast to Devoran on the south coast. It was a glorious day for the event.
Stephen Gainey, Partner of Robinson Reed Layton, is grateful to the colleagues, clients, friends and family that supported the team’s efforts:
“What brilliant support for an excellent cause. 11.5 miles is a long way to walk but the sunshine and blue skies made it far easier. Thank you so much to everyone that supported us, it made it all worthwhile.”
Jessica Ratty, Communications Manager for Cornwall Blind Association said:
“It was absolutely wonderful to see the Robinson Reed Layton team on the day all taking part in Stride For Sight.
“We can’t thank the team enough for their hard work and fundraising efforts which have helped towards the grand total of £10,000 which was raised for the event.”
If you would like more information on the Cornwall Blind Association then please visit www.cornwallblind.org.uk
[Photo: Team at the start (from left to right): Helen Greig, Becca Walkden, Paula Budge, Polly Tregaskes, Graham Ratcliffe and Stephen Gainey]Go to our news page