Walk to HMS Belfast

CADETS from Barking and Dagenham climbed aboard the HMS Belfast moored near London s Tower Bridge to take part in a gruelling challenge. They were joined by over 200 other police cadets from across London and blind ex-service man from St Dunstan s. On the

CADETS from Barking and Dagenham climbed aboard the HMS Belfast moored near London's Tower Bridge to take part in a gruelling challenge.

They were joined by over 200 other police cadets from across London and blind ex-service man from St Dunstan's.

On the decks of the famous World War Two battle ship, cadets embarked on a half marathon walk to raise awareness for the charity which provides life-long support for blind men and women who once served their country.

They completed the challenge of walking 13.1 miles in an impressive fours hours and 50 minutes on Sunday March 30.


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The event was part of a national day to recognise the important work St Dunstan's do.

For more information call 020 7723 5021.

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