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Charity walk makes great strides

EHDC communications
Charity Walk for Peace

Charity walk makes great strides

Dozens of walkers stepped out together on Saturday to raise money for charity and promote peace.

The five mile walk, called the Charity Walk for Peace, was organised by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Elders Association and East Hampshire District Council and gave local people the chance to come together and do something positive for the community.

Cllr Julie Butler, Porfolio Holder for Customer Relations, said: What a wonderful event and so worthwhile. Thank you to everyone who came to support it and help us raise money for two important local charities.

It was wonderfully well organised by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Elders Association and I am sure this will be first of many such events in future years.

The walk, which ran from Bentley Train Station to Alice Holt Forest, raised money for two local charities Home-Start - including Home-Start Butser and Home-Start Weywater - and the Southern Domestic Abuse Society.

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Association has a strong connection to the East Hampshire area. Every July it hosts Jalsa Salana, a three-day religious festival, in East Worldham which welcomes more then 38,000 people.

Rizwan Khan, Regional Head Charity Walk for Peace and AMEA UK, said: We are indebted to East Hampshire District Council for supporting the Charity Walk for Peace at Alice Holt Forest, an event that attracted local residents as well as members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim community together to raise a handsome amount of money for local charities. By working together we have further entrenched a strong community bond which is essential towards promoting peace and good community cohesion.

Amongst the key principles of Islam are to help and care for those in need and also to live in peace with our neighbours. This Walk for Peace has enabled us to achieve both these principles. It was great to hear from our guests what a great day they all had and we are looking forward to making this an annual event.

Media Contact: Will Parsons, EHDC Communications Officer, 01730 234030

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