Stepping Out for Project 50

Inspired by Captain Tom’s exploits for NHS charities, Jersey Farm’s Ken Salmon has embarked on his own marathon walk of 93 laps - one lap for each year of his life and about 10 miles in total!! - around Harvest Court where he lives.

He is raising funds to support Project 50, a plan to provide enhanced disabled access, along with a kitchen and accessible toilet, at Marshalswick Baptist Free Church in the Quadrant, St Albans.

This local charity is keen to provide better facilities for the community from their 50-year-old building and building work on the first phase is due to start on the 7th September.

Minister, Reverend Graham Clarke said, “The church community have been working hard to raise funds to provide better facilities for church members, visitors and community groups using our premises.

“We are delighted that Ken has decided to undertake this challenge and will be supporting him throughout and when he reaches the ‘finish line’ on Saturday 5th September, ready to hand the baton over to the builders to start work”.

Ken would be greatly encouraged by any sponsorship that you may be able to offer.  Thank you in advance for your contribution to this cause, that will help offer more welcoming facilities to the community we serve.
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Peter Kelleher 
Organizer
Saint Albans, East of England, United Kingdom
MARSHALSWICK BAPTIST FREE CHURCH 
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