Moveit4Smiles walk leader Christina Chatfield led a fundraising team on a walk through the beautiful Brighton & Lewes Biosphere, raising money for charity along the way.

Christina and her team managed to complete an admirable thirteen miles across the days of the 12th and 13th September 2015.

The Sussex-based walk commenced at the beautiful Hove Lagoon and culminated at the iconic Brighton Pier. The team's route took them through well-named locations like Devils Dyke, The Chatteri and Rottingdean.

Christina and team thoroughly enjoyed the fun, yet incredibly challenging walk, with the stunning landscape offering a unique blend of town, downs and coast as they navigated through the South Downs National Park.

The team were delighted to complete yet another event in aid of Moveit4Smiles, with Christina expressing her hope that their efforts had brought more awareness to the cause.

Christina said: "With cases of mouth cancer still increasing, and with the majority of the public still unaware of the disease's major signs and symptoms, we felt it was important to complete another walk to raise money and awareness for our cause. 

"We are so pleased that we have followed up the success of our 500Miles4Smiles Scotland-Brighton walk of last year with another successful few days. There is still much work to be done in educating people on mouth cancer, and I look forward to planning more events in aid of Moveit4Smiles."

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This September we will be taking on two mountains at Snowdonia and we would love you to join us!

On 14 September 2019, we take on Cnicht - the Welsh Matterhorn! This popular Welsh mountain is a 10km walk and an ascent of 577m. A route suitable for those with limited walking experience and a reasonable level of fitness.

On 15 September 2019, we’ll be heading for Tryfan via the South Ridge. Voted the best mountain in Britain and famous for the fact that you cannot get to the summit by any route without using your hands. This is a tougher route than the previous day and is best suited to those with some previous walking experience.

Feel free to join us for one day or both. Just raise as much money as you can!

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