Prolific south Warwickshire fundraiser puts best foot forward for first challenge of 2023 - The Leamington Observer

Prolific south Warwickshire fundraiser puts best foot forward for first challenge of 2023

A PROLIFIC fundraiser from south Warwickshire is putting her best foot forward for Safeline.

Morrisons’ Community Champion Alex Pearson – along with her canine duo Archie and Chester – will be taking on her first charity challenge of the year on March 3.

She will be walking 20 miles from Kenilworth to Stratford and will be joined by the mayors of Kenilworth, Leamington, Warwick and Stratford, as well as the High Sheriff of Warwickshire.

Rachel Stevens, who is Safeline development coordinator, will also be taking part.




This will be Alex’s third walk for the charity since 2020.

Alex has picked Safeline again because of the work they do in the community to support those affected by sexual abuse.


Alex said: “Me doing the walk is great not just because we raise money for this amazing charity which is based in Warwick but also to raise awareness for charity. This year I want to raise £500 for the charity. Then we will hopefully match fund it through Morrisons.

Alex has gained a reputation for her crazy challenges and has ridden a pedalo down the Grand Union Canal and canoed from Stoneleigh Abbey to Warwick Castle.

To donate to Alex’s charity walk visit https://www.justgiving.com/page/alex-pearson-1673693581244

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