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Weekend pick: Park in the dark

First ever (organised) midnight walk around Sevvie on Friday

Published on November 13th 2010.

Weekend pick: Park in the dark

EVERY Keith's wine bar carouser will at some point have taken a stumble through Sefton Park on the way home late at night.

But here is one nocturnal ramble through the brambles that you can plan in the cold light of day - and it's for a good cause.

Clatterbridge Cancer Research is inviting you for an evening of nocturnal enchantment as it holds its first Midnight Candle Walk this Friday, November 12.

You might see foxes, you might see hedgehogs, but hopefully you won't see double.

Registration will take place at 11.30pm, by the big obilisk on the Sefton Park Road side, with the walk starting at the stroke of midnight.

The charity hopes to see hundreds of families and individuals turn out for a spellbinding five-mile stroll around the park to raise money for cancer research.

Individuals as well as groups of families and friends are welcome to take part and participants are encouraged to don fancy dress. Just don't jump out of the trees dressed as Shrek. They're a bit nervous that Keith's lot.

Pre-registration, £10, includes an electronic candle and is an absolute must if you want to take park.

You can't simply turn up feeling “sociable”. Understand?

*Clatterbridge Midnight Walk, Sefton Park, Liverpoool, L17. To register please visit midnightcandlewalk.org or call Sam at Clatterbridge Cancer Research on 0151 343 4300.

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