RRT Helps at Marie Curie Walk to Remember

On the 8th August 2015, 14 members of the Rapid Relief Team (RRT) assisted with the car park and route marshalling for the Marie Curie Walk to Remember – a 10km walk held in the grounds the Beaulieu National Motor Museum, New Forest, Hampshire to help raise funds for people with terminal illness.

RRT Getting ready!

RRT Getting ready!

The role of the RRT was to assist in directing volunteers to the parking location, encouraging walkers as they passed by, directing them where to go and other duties, including cheering, sweeping, rubbish collecting, packing up etc.

RRT providing support along the route.

RRT providing support along the route.

Lucy from Marie Curie said “I would like to say a huge thank you to you and all of your team for giving up your time to volunteer at Walk to Remember on Saturday, we couldn’t have done it without you and we really appreciate all the hard work you put in! We had over 250 participants taking part on the walk. On the night feedback was really positive and we had quite a few comments on how great you all were.”

Enthusiastic RRT volunteers at the finish line!

Enthusiastic RRT volunteers at the finish line!

One thought on “RRT Helps at Marie Curie Walk to Remember”

  1. dweeb says:

    go 4 it RRT! :)
    excellent cause to support

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