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Memorial Walk - Devonport TAS
 28 Sep, 2014 - 28 Sep, 2014
 Sun 10:00am - Sun 2:30pm
 Cnr Bluff Road and Victoria Street
  Devonport, TAS

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"Walking in honour of all the precious babies little lost lives"

The program held its first memorial walk in South Australia on May 2nd 2008. The day was such a wonderful event that raised much needed funds at the same time as family, friends and the wider community joined together to support the program. It brought awareness to the pregnancy loss cause and very importantly honoured all the babies little lost lives. It was obvious we would make this an annual event!

This year will be Tasmania's first Memorial Walk and we would love you to be a part of this special day.

We welcome you to get a team together, bring your family or come alone to join us in helping to raise awareness for Pregnancy and Infant loss and raise funds to ensure we can continue to reach out to bereaved families.

Time: 10.00 am Registration / 11.30am Start

Adult or Child (under 2 free): $20.00          

  • Family (2 Adults and up to 4 children): $50.00          
  • Corporate (min 6 people) each person: $15.00

Registration at: Mersey Breakwater opposite the Maritime Museum, corner of Bluff Road and Victoria Parade.

Meet at Mersey Breakwater on the The Bluff Road foreshore walking track, and walk to The Bluff and back to the Victoria parade boat ramp and return. Walk can be 1.1km, 1.2km, 2.2km, 2.4km, 4.6km or even more!.

Get sponsored for the walkathon by family and friends and raise much needed funds for the program in memory of your baby or a baby close to you.

Prizes for person, family or corporate group that raises the highest amount of deposited funds for the Memorial Walk!


BUY TICKETS HERE

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 Pregnancy Loss Australiaorganiser
 1300 720 942

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Pregnancy Loss Australia - We welcome you to get a team together, bring your family or come alone to join us in helping to raise awareness for Pregnancy and Infant loss and raise funds to ensure we can continue to reach out to bereaved families.

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