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22nd May, 2019

Hadrian Hundred Walk - Saturday 25 May 2019

This Saturday morning I am planning to walk 100 miles non-stop which I am hoping to complete within 38 hours which means I should finish the challenge all being well just before midnight on Sunday evening. This event will be both mentally and physically challenging and one that I am determined to complete with you support and best wishes.

I am looking to take on this challenge on behalf of Chambers own charitable fund Nine Lives which is celebrating our 10th anniversary. Nine Lives is a unique and special feature of our Chambers that reflects our proactive and compassionate collective spirit.

Since 2008, Nine Lives has supported local communities, activities and projects across Greater Manchester. We have a successful long-standing partnership with Forever Manchester, who work with a wide range of community groups across the Greater Manchester area. Over the last ten years Chambers have raised in excess of £100,000 for community projects.

Additionally, this year, Barnabus Manchester are our "Charity of the Year" and we look forward to supporting their work tackling homelessness and the socially deprived in our city.

Please do click on the link below if you would like to sponsor me to help raise funds for Forever Manchester and Barnabus Manchester.

https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/tony-morrissey

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