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Can you contribute to this year’s Memory Walk tree?

PUBLISHED: 17:00 19 September 2018

The launch of the 2017 Sudbury Memory Walk. Picture: SS LEISURE

The launch of the 2017 Sudbury Memory Walk. Picture: SS LEISURE

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Memories of those with dementia are needed to cover a special tree as part of an annual walk in Sudbury.

People taking part in a previous Sudbury Memory walk. Picture: SOUTH SUFFOLK LEISUREPeople taking part in a previous Sudbury Memory walk. Picture: SOUTH SUFFOLK LEISURE

The Memory Walk, on October 6, is in aid of two charities: Decaf, which is part of the Bridge Project, in Sudbury, and Ansell Memories Café in Hadleigh.

Jerry Thatcher, who created the event in memory of his mother Kate, wants this year’s Memory Tree to be “completely covered with good wishes for those that the walkers are walking for or remembering”.

He is inviting anyone to write out their wish, thought, memory or prayer on a card no larger than postcard size and including a tie and bring it to the reception of the Kingfisher Leisure Centre in Sudbury or Hadleigh.

They can also be posted to Mr Thatcher addressed to SMW18, Sudbury Leisure Centre, Station Road, Sudbury, Suffolk CO10 2SU by Thursday October 4. To sign up go to www.SudburyMemoryWalk2018.eventbrite.co.uk

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