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Autumn Walk for Cancer - Sunday 13th October


Come join us
Sunday 13th October
The MABS Autumn Walk
The Castle, Moraira
10AM - 3PM
Event will commence at 11am
5K run, walk, jog or bring the dog!.
Our family autumn walk is for everyone.
Join us to10€ Adults 5€ for children (12 years and under)
Registration at 9:30am at Moraira Castle
Or pre- register by emailing
mabsspainevents@gmail.com




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