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Staff from Aston Shaw in Norwich to walk north Norfolk coastline in final challenge in three-year charity push for EACH

Staff from Norwich-based accountancy firm Aston Shaw  are getting ready to walk 30 miles along the north Norfolk coast in support of EACH. Picture: Courtesy of Aston Shaw

Staff from Norwich-based accountancy firm Aston Shaw are getting ready to walk 30 miles along the north Norfolk coast in support of EACH. Picture: Courtesy of Aston Shaw

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Staff from a Norwich-based accountancy firm are gearing up for a 30-mile trek along the north Norfolk coast - in just 12 hours.

Aston Shaw staff are planning the epic journey to raise money for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH). It will mark the end of a series of challenges they have done in aid of the charity over the past three years, with an overall goal of £30,000. And some employees, not content with a mere 30 miles, are aiming to walk 50 miles in just 24 hours.

The July 1 trek will start from Burnham Deepdale and finish in Cromer.

Other events undertaken so far as part of the ongoing fundraiser have included a skydive at Beccles Airfield, bake sales, dress-down days and a ‘24 peaks in 24 hour’ challenge. EACH is raising money to build a new children’s hospice, to be called the Nook.

To donate, visit www.justgiving.com/fundraising/Aston-Shaw-2017

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