Take on walking challenge to help children’s hospice

Chestnut Tree children’s hospice is launching a virtual fund-raising challenge and encouraging you to walk a month in the footsteps of a hospice nurse.

The hospice says nurses and care support works at Chestnut Tree House rack up thousands of steps a day when looking after children with life-shortening conditions, both at the hospice and out in the community.

Some of the team at Chestnut Tree House children’s hospice. From the left are: Melissa Hancorn, Karen Brailey, Molly Lovell, and Anna Jones.

Now, the hospice is challenging you to follow the Nurses’ Steps and sign up to take Chestnut Tree children’s hospice is launching a virtual fund-raising challenge and encouraging you to walk a month in the footsteps of a hospice nurse.

By taking part in this new virtual challenge, not only will you be staying fit in February, but you will also be supporting local children who need hospice care.

It costs just £10 to sign up, and you will receive support throughout the challenge, an exclusive pair of Chestnut Tree House shoelaces, and a medal upon completion.

Whether you’re a pavement stomper, mountain hiker, countryside rambler or casual ambler, Nurses’ Steps is a challenge for everyone. As you walk your way at your pace at any time or location of your choice.

Registration costs £10 per person. Find out more and register here on the Chestnut Tree House website to tackle either 7,000 or 10,000 steps a day throughout February.

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