The annual event is now in its seventh year, and numbers continue to grow. For many walkers, the event is an opportunity to remember loved ones and to raise money as a thank-you to the Groby Road hospice.
Employees at the Loughborough based Leicestershire and Rutland Sport (LRS) have raised around £3,000 for the hospice LOROS in memory of a former colleague.
When Ben Marshall made his full Leicester City debut at Norwich last Saturday, he became the 400th player to represent the club since the day Alan Birchenall first signed more than 40 years ago.
Charity fund-raisers found the recipe for success by cooking up a steady supply of pancakes yesterday.
LOROS are holding their annual Golf Day at Rothley Park Golf Club on Friday 4th May.
Join women of all ages and fitness levels on a 6 mile sponsored walk in support of the LOROS Hospice. The walk will have an Hawaiian theme this year and will take place around a well marshalled route in the cultural City of Leicester.
Fund-raisers are being asked to pull on their walking boots to help raise £25,000 for a hospice.
It is a quarter of a century since the LOROS Hospice opened its doors to its first patient. Joan Stephens spoke to two LOROS nurses about their challenging work.