Walkers make pilgrimage across Holy Island causeway to raise money for Motor Neurone charity
Fifty walkers took part in the Lindisfarne Walk to D’Feet on Sunday, raising over £3,000 to support people living with Motor Neurone Disease.
By Ian Smith
Tuesday, 31st August 2021, 3:21 pm
Walkers crossing the causeway.
The day started with a trip on WS Robson’s Vintage London Bus, from Asda in Tweedmouth to Beal Sands, where walkers completed a three-and-a-half mile walk across the causeway to Holy Island, finishing at St Aidan’s Winery.
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The walk was followed by a fundraising event in the Pilot Inn in Berwick, with a raffle and bottle auction raising a further £600.
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A London bus took participants from Berwick to Beal.