Young boy completes ten mile walk and tree climb to raise money for St Luke’s Hospice

Ewan Lloyd completing his ten walk and tree climb
Ewan Lloyd completing his ten walk and tree climb

A YOUNG boy has completed a ten mile walk and tree climb in order to raise money for St Luke’s Hospice in Basildon.

Ewan Lloyd chose to complete the ten mile walk as a way to honour his Great Nan who is currently being cared at the Hospice.

Sponsored by family and friends, Ewan managed to smash his fundraising target and raise an impressive £455 for the Hospice.

Ewan’s story is not the only inspiring fundraising story we have heard for the Hospice here at YourThurrock.

On Sunday 26 April, YT brought you the story of Grant Reynolds, the man who went the extra mile and decided to complete his own 10k run on Easter Sunday and raised thousands for the Hospice.

On Friday 24 April, YT brought you the story of 10-year-old Lily Neame from Basildon.

Lily joined the 2.6 challenge and challenging herself to complete 26 consecutive moves on her trampoline to help raise funds for St Luke’s Hospice.

Lily chose to raise money for the Hospice as the charity supported her family a few years ago.

Looking for ways to fundraise from home? Head over to https://stlukeshospice.com/fundraise-at-home for inspiration.

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