A CHARITY event taking place this weekend will see fund-raisers walk the idyllic grounds of a country estate.
The Walk Ten event at Catton Hall estate on Saturday will help Marie Curie Cancer Care nurses provide more free care to people with terminal illnesses in their own homes.
This event is open to the whole family – children under 16 gain free entry and dogs are welcome to come along too, with registration taking place from 6pm.
Alongside the 10k walk, which is accessible to all and is partly submerged in National Forest grounds, there will be live music from local band Unforgiven.
There will also be face painting, fire POI (performance art involving fire) and a fantastic fireworks show to close the evening and mark the time Marie Curie Nurses across the county will be entering patients homes to start their night shifts.
Anyone wishing to take part, can turn up on the night to join those that have already signed up.
On the night registration is £20 for adults – children and dogs are free of charge.
People coming on the night will be able to pick up a complementary Marie Curie Cancer Care T Shirt to put on during the walk.