Quaker Social Action raises over £10,000 in a seventy-eight mile ‘Step by Step’ walk around London
Quaker Social Action (QSA) has completed its ‘Step by Step’ seventy-eight-mile Capital Ring walk around London, raising over £10,000 for its work on poverty. Forty QSA staff members and supporters took part in the walk which started one year ago and was spilt into ten four- to six-hour routes, each covering a different part of London.
Giles Robinson, from QSA, told the Friend: ‘It’s been a fantastic experience exploring some lesser-known parts of the city, picking up new walkers along the way and raising money to support QSA’s work.’
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