More than 40 fundraisers from Sussex have completed a 85km trek in Cambodia to raise money for the children’s hospice, Chestnut Tree House.
People taking part include:
Annemarie Field, chief reporter at Eastbourne Herald.
Friends Sally Cross from Burgess Hill and Carolyn Hart from Pevensey Bay.
Clem Davidson and Frankie McLean, both from Brighton.
Elaine Cruttenden from Bognor.
Teri Bexon from Ferring.
Husband and wife team Martin and Lorrie Maslen from Worthing. Martin is a commercial manager at Worthing Rugby Club.
Mother of three Lesley Bloxam from Rustington, a practice nurse at Fitzallan Medical Group.
Jess Thomson, a special needs teaching assistant at Parklands Primary School who lives in Littlehampton.
Juliette MacPherson, Lucy Brady and Kerry O’Neill from Chestnut Tree House.
Sam Catt from Crunch Brighton and mum Sarah Hurst, who owns Sarah Hurst Skin and Beauty in Patcham.
Sue Savage, a Lewes doctors’ receptionist who lives in Brighton, and Ren Parkinson from Hurstpierpoint.
Cath Jeffery, from Worthing, and Gem Evans from Billingshurst.
Christine Millington from Bognor and Sandra Humphreys from Steyning.
Mother and daughter Chris Cassidy and Kim Harlott from Battle. They are walking in memory of Chris’ late husband Patrick and have been supported by Kings Church in Hastings.
Jason Foulkes, who works in Uckfield but is from Lewes and is a passionate Lewes Football Club supporter.
Worthing resident Oliver Miles, who works at Will Power Worthing.
Friends Jo Smith and Claire Lambert from Hailsham.
Tony and Stefan Holland from Brighton.
Jordan French and Russell from Crawley, who work for Smoke Control Solutions.
Brenda Rossiter from Bolney.
Jo Chapman from Bognor and Ali Cassells from Worthing.
Eastbourne’s Kay Shore and Laura Morrow.
To read the blog and see pictures from the trek, visit www.eastbourneherald.co.uk/news/blog-sussex-trekkers-arrive-in-cambodia-1-8242593