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Engage Mutual Midnight Walk

An event in July in North Yorkshire
Harrogate
North Yorkshire
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Event timing: Early July
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A quarter marathon sponsored walk around Harrogate that begins at midnight, to support local people who are living with terminal illness and bereavement. The event is suitable for all ages and abilities.

Contact the council on 0871 716 1934 Calls cost no more than 10p a minute

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