Join our anniversary walk in Maidenhead/Cookham on 23 June!

To continue to celebrate our 50th anniversary this year, we will be holding a special walk in Maidenhead/Cookham on Saturday 23 June (with prayer stops along the way) to reflect on how we can live in solidarity with the poor.

Starting from St Joseph’s Parish Centre (36 Cookham Road, Maidenhead SL6 7EG) with a special blessing at 11am (registration from 10.30am), we will be making our way to the delightful village of Cookham (Stanley Spencer’s birthplace) along the Thames Path – and stop there for a picnic lunch (please start praying for good weather!).

We will be returning to St Joseph’s Parish Centre along the Green Way in the Berkshire countryside – we should be back at around 3pm, for a good cuppa and refreshments!

It will be a lovely day out for all the family and a great way to celebrate our anniversary together.

Sponsorship forms are available for those who wish to raise money for CAFOD on the day: click here to download the template, or if you would like to receive a printed copy in the post, please contact us!

On the day, please bring sensible footwear, a packed lunch, sunscreen, hat, and wet weather gear just in case! The walk is approximately 6 miles in total. All walkers must register at St Joseph’s Parish Hall on the day, before the start of the walk.

Young people under the age of 18 must come along with an accompanying adult who will take responsibility for them throughout the event and stay with them at all times.

To book a place (please book in advance, to enable us to prepare adequately), please contact us at portsmouth@cafod.org.uk or 01252 329385. A poster can be downloaded here.

We hope to see many of you there! 🙂

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