Club Chairman Sharon Brittan and a group of over 30 walkers have raised over £11,000 for Bolton Wanderers in the Community.
Undertaking a 13-mile walk ahead of Wanderers’ fixture against Shrewsbury Town at the University of Bolton Stadium, the route took walkers through various landmarks that have historical significance to Bolton Wanderers, including the Burnden Park embankment and Nat Lofthouse’s public house.
Sharon Brittan, Chairman of Bolton Wanderers said: “I’d like to extend my thanks to everyone who took part in the walk. We had a wonderful, wonderful day. We met at 7 o’clock when it was pouring with rain, it was cold – but the positivity and the energy was utterly fabulous. It’s great to raise money for our Wellbeing Hub which we’re very proud of.
The main aim of this year’s Chairman’s Walk was to drive the opening and renovation of the ‘Wellbeing Hub’ at the University of Bolton Stadium. The Hub will open up opportunities for the club’s official charity to expand its health and wellbeing engagement during the week and on matchdays.
If you were unable to take part in the event, you’re still able to donate here.
If you’d like to hear more about Bolton Wanderers in the Community’s wellbeing provisions, please contact Hayley Ranicar at firstname.lastname@example.org.