Actress in sponsored Shakespeare walk across Europe and Suffolk
PUBLISHED: 10:20 02 October 2019 | UPDATED: 15:40 03 October 2019
An actress and historian has completed a sponsored walk across Europe and Suffolk raising £450 in aid of “Make Some Noise” for small charities across the UK.
Dr Eva Griffith has been researching the Seckford Collection extensively and honoured the final stage of her walk from Thomas Seckford's former home, now Ipswich Museum, to the Seckford Almshouses in Woodbridge.
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Raised in Peter O'Toole's family home and acting alongside Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor as a child, Dr Griffith has been surrounded by thespians all her life.
Dr Griffith finished at the almshouses with a tea party to celebrate her theatrical trek in honour of Shakespearian actors and said: "It's important to me, having looked after my mother with dementia for three years before she died.
"So while I can, I am going to walk."
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