By Tristan Harris 28/05 Updated: 31/05 00:39
MORE than £5,000 was raised from the Forget-Me-Not walk in aid of Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research which took place at Bromsgrove's Sanders Park on Sunday (May 27).
Participants were given the option of walking one, five, eight or 12 miles.
The heat-wave conditions were in complete contrast to April 29 - the day it was supposed to be held, but had to be cancelled because of high winds and heavy rain.
Nicole Harris is the chairman of the charity's Bromsgrove branch, which recently celebrated its 25th anniversary.
She said: "It was a bit different to a month ago when we should have done the walk."
She added although many people could not make Sunday's walk, many others turned up because of the nice weather.
For more on the Bromsgrove branch of Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research, call Nicole on 01527 878493.
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