The Rotary Coast Walk & The Rotary FunFest events taking place on Sunday 31st August 2014

There are two upcoming annual events both of which are being held on Sunday 31st August 2014:

The Rotary Coast Walk: organised by Southport Meols and Southport SunriseRotary clubs takes place along the Sefton coast, there are a number of startingpoints: the Coastguard Station, Hall Road (13 miles), Freshfield Station (8 miles) or Ainsdale Station (5 miles) finishing in Victoria Park, Southport, there is a further 5 mile option from the Coastguard Station, Hall Road to Freshfield .

This section takes our walkers through Altcar Training Camp; a unique opportunity.

All walkers will be raising money for their chosen Charity, voluntary group or good cause and pre-registered walkers will have free rail travel on the Merseyrail network making it accessible to a wider geographical catchment.

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The Rotary FunFest: will be held in Victoria Park from 12:00 until 20:00, this will be a family fun day celebrating the achievements of the walkers and offers an opportunity for local groups, clubs and organisations to provide entertainment and promote themselves.

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Main photograph courtesy of Southport Lifeboat.

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