All ages participated
Over 360 people registered for the walk, all ages and after collecting their T shirts and goody bags with drinks, snacks, torch and poncho (in case of rain), they warmed up and set off at 7.30pm.
As everyone settled down with their picnics in what turned out to be a balmy evening to listen to the band, they became a community united by their remembrance of their loved ones and the great feeling of having helped Marie Curie Cancer Care provide essential nursing for yet more people.
Well worth celebrating with fireworks.
If you think Walk 10 is a good idea and you would like to take part, go to http://www.mariecurie.org.uk/walkten and find one in your area.