Published: August 16, 2010
Sign up now to take part in annual Brean beach charity walk

Supporters of The Alzheimer's Society will be pulling on their walking boots to take part in the charity's annual Sponsored Memory Walk in Brean on Sunday 19th September.

This year's event is being sponsored and promoted by Brean Leisure Park and will start at 2pm from the Brean Tavern.

Participants will stroll along the beach to Brean Cove, then over Brean Down to enjoy the fabulous views on the walk at Brean Fort before returning.

A choice of two shorter walks are available, from Brean Cove and return, or a wheelchair accessible half mile stroll within the grounds of the leisure park.

"This is a great way to have a fun afternoon with friends, family burn off a few calories and enjoy our delightful local scenery. Sponsored dogs are also welcome!," organiser Mike Barsby told

To register in advance, contacting Mike by email at or by calling him on 07936 538263. Registration is free and once registered you will be supplied with sponsor forms, plus further information about the day.

Pictured above are some of the walkers during the 2008 sponsored walk and, below, outside Brean Leisure Park at the start of the 2009 event


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