Pub walkers Clic into gear

PUBLISHED: 15:35 26 July 2009 | UPDATED: 21:51 31 May 2010

STAFF and customers from three pubs raised over £2000 from a charity walk. A group of more than 20 people from Wetherspoon s pubs in Saffron Walden, Newmarket and Haverhill took over eight hours to complete the 15-mile walk – although that included a few

STAFF and customers from three pubs raised over £2000 from a charity walk.

A group of more than 20 people from Wetherspoon's pubs in Saffron Walden, Newmarket and Haverhill took over eight hours to complete the 15-mile walk - although that included a few pit stops along the way!

In all, the group - who walked from Bishop's Stortford back to Saffron Walden - raised the impressive total for Clic Sargent.

Adie Fox, manager of The Temeraire on High Street, Saffron Walden, said: "It took us a while but that included stopping at a few pubs along the way!"

He added: "Clic Sargent is such a good cause and people have really stepped forward to help out. One of our customers, Sarah Batch, has beaten all of us by individually raising around £350."

Pictured Pub managers (front, from left) Jeanette Frost, from Haverhill, Chris Reynolds, from Newmarket, and Adie Fox and David Jarnell, from Saffron Walden, in front of staff and customers who took part in the walk.


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