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Mayor of Rushcliffe takes part in walking challenge to raise funds for Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust, Musicworks and Trent District Community First Responders




The Mayor of Rushcliffe is taking part in a walking challenge to raise money for her chosen charities.

Sue Mallender is walking the Rushcliffe border, a 100km circular route around the borough to raise funds for Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust, Musicworks and Trent District Community First Responders.

Sue said: “I’ve so far completed the route through Thrumpton, the edge of Clifton, West Bridgford, Radcliffe-on-Trent and East Bridgford.

Left to right, Trent District Community First Responder Andy Stephens, Ben Driver of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust, Sue Mallender, and councillor Richard Mallender.
Left to right, Trent District Community First Responder Andy Stephens, Ben Driver of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust, Sue Mallender, and councillor Richard Mallender.

“It’s been brilliant so far seeing beautiful areas of the borough I may not have had the chance to visit usually.”

She said it would be fantastic if residents would sponsor her.



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