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12 Jun 2019

Ellis Jones conquer the Julia’s House Jurassic Coast Trek

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Ellis Jones conquer the Julia’s House Jurassic Coast Trek

On Saturday 8th June, two fantastic teams of Ellis Jones staff members took on the Julia's House Jurassic Coast Trek, walking either a 13 or 26 mile walk. The teams raised an incredible amount of money for Julia's House while taking part.

The Trek

The two teams trekked all day on Saturday and raised over £500 for Julia's House. The 26 mile trek began in Osmington and the 13 miles trek in Kimmeridge, both finishing at Acton Field Campsite in Swanage.

The 26 mile trek began at around 8am, where the team passed incredible views of Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door. Our team walking the 13 mile trek began at around 12pm, with views of Swanage Bay, Purbeck Hills and the Isle of Wight.

Both teams battled against the wind, and a very challenging walk, to support and raise money for such a rewarding charity.

Ellis Jones are extremely proud of our staff members taking on such a challenging walk and raising money for Julia's House.

About Julia's House

Julia's House are an award-winning children's hospice charity that provide practical and emotional support to children with life-limiting or life-threatening illnesses. In addition to the nurses taking care of the children, the charity also work hard to ensure that the families of the children are well looked after and supported as best they can.

The hospice relies on charitable donations to be able to look after and assist in the care for children 24 hours a day. The charity also supports those going through a bereavement or referral, and even mentor similar charities in the USA. The hospice also takes pride in their work for the local community offering respite care, 65% of which Julia's House travel out of the community to assist with.

If you would like to donate money to our fantastic team of trekkers, please click here. Any donations are very much appreciated!

To read about other community events we have been involved with, please click here.

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