EASTER Sunday (April 17) sees a new venture by the Llandudno Rotary group, as members “storm the Orme” for charity.

“Storm the Orme” is an organised non-competitive stroll at The Great Orme that offers the chance of joining good company and raising money for two worthy causes.

The venture is a fundraising event for St David’s Hospice, Llandudno, which offers free palliative care to adult patients across North West Wales, and Ilitha pre-school in Cape Town, South Africa.

Those wishing to take part must donate £5 per person as an entrance fee, with a maximum of £10 per family for the four-mile walk.

Walkers can start between 10am and 12pm from West Shore, near the boating pond.

The latest finish for signed-off event completion is 3.30pm on Marine Drive, near the Llandudno Pier.

Full details and how to register are online at: www.rotary-ribi.org/clubs/page.php?PgID=846486&ClubID=1111.


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The Rotary Club of Llandudno has 18 members (plus honorary members) and forms part of Rotary International - a global network of service volunteers.

It is the world’s largest service organisation, founded in 1905, and has 1.4 million members operating in 46,000 clubs in more than 200 countries and territories world-wide.

The Llandudno club was founded in 1927 – you can find out more at: www.llandudnorotary.org.