Time is running out to register for Culture Crawl Liverpool, which takes place on September 29. The event gives participants out of hours access to some of the city’s cultural highlights, including the Museum of Liverpool, whilst raising funds for Maggie’s Merseyside at Clatterbridge. Kathy and Mark Furlong will be the volunteers leading the walk, and Kathy said: “The first of our three Maggie’s Culture Crawls, was London 2015.
Max Wall, of Jayne Moore Media, will swim an incredible 15 kilometres (9.3 miles) around Liverpool’s iconic Kings Dock on September 22, to raise money for the Choir With No Name charity. One of the Lord Mayor’s chosen charities, the Choir With No Name runs sessions for the homeless and vulnerable, offering them guidance and support, as well as a safe haven away from the streets.
Two teams of volunteers from Vauxhall Network Q and local Vauxhall retailer, Lookers have turned out to lend a hand at a local charity, by pitching in with a tidy-up of the site. Vauxhall has also loaned the charity a new Zafira Tourer. The volunteers visited Wirral’s Barnstondale Activity Centre this month, to kick start the winter work. The 28 volunteers kindly worked their socks off to put up fence posts, paint timber fencing and clear the carpark of overgrowth and debris.
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