Guild Care supporters Walk for Worthing – pictures

Families turned out in force for the first Walk for Worthing, organised by local charity Guild Care. Worthing mayor Hazel Thorpe and town crier Bob Smytherman officially opened the race on Saturday evening and people of all ages completed the 5k seafront route, despite the wet weather.

Monday, 17th June 2019, 3:01 pm
The start

Suzanne Millard, chief executive, said: “We are very grateful to all the people who, despite the weather, still turned out to support our first Walk for Worthing. Everyone who took part said they really enjoyed it and hopefully we’ll see you all again next year. Thank you and well done.” Read the full story here: Guild Care’s first sunset Walk for Worthing thrills

Worthing town crier Bob Smytherman with walkers
The warm-up
One of the four-legged supporters
Guild Cares first Walk for Worthing was completed by 250 supporters of all ages
Guild Cares first Walk for Worthing was completed by 250 supporters of all ages
Guild Cares first Walk for Worthing was completed by 250 supporters of all ages
Guild Cares first Walk for Worthing was completed by 250 supporters of all ages
Guild Cares first Walk for Worthing was completed by 250 supporters of all ages
Worthing town crier Bob Smytherman with Guild Care chief executive Suzanne Millard, East Worthing and Shoreham MP Tim Loughton, Worthing mayor Hazel Thorpe and her consort Robin Rogers
Joshua Johnstone, seven, who uses Guild Cares Ashdown service
Paula Sheppard's children, Daisy and Katie
Paula Sheppard, a Home from Hospital volunteer for Guild Care
The start