ONSIDE Advocacy Trustee Daniel Walton has pledged to walk the Worcestershire border in support of the charity.

He will be celebrating the beautiful county, meeting local people and raising vital funds for the Worcestershire based charity and their work with vulnerable people.

Daniel aims to raise £5,000 which will mean Onside can support more people.

This mammoth challenge requires Daniel to hike for 187 miles over seven days, walking on average 27 miles a day for 10 hours. He sets off from Tenbury on Saturday, March 16. Daniel will then make his way north to Kidderminster, just near Hagley, around Bromsgrove and beyond Redditch down to Evesham, towards Tewkesbury and back up to Malvern across the Teme Valley finishing back in Tenbury on March 21.

Starting in Tenbury Daniel will be joined by the Mayor of Tenbury.

“I would like to wish Daniel all the best for his walk and fundraising. If you’re out and about please give him your support and encouragement,” said Sue Perry.

ONSIDE is a Worcestershire based charity established in 1993, stemming from a belief that everyone has the right to be a valued human being and to be treated in a just and fair manner. It provides a wide range of support services to ensure fairness and equality for all members of the community who may be vulnerable, disadvantaged or discriminated against.

Support Daniel and Onside by: Donating to Daniel’s go fund me page, taking part in the walk and raising sponsorship, get involved as a local business and sponsor a leg of the walk and get coverage of the challenge.