Posted by: Laura Hammond
Mon 26th June 2023
Bottled Up Blokes has organised a fundraising walk to support the families of three people who died in attacks in Nottingham earlier this month.
Grace O’Malley-Kumar, Barnaby Webber and Ian Coates died on June 13.
Bottled Up Blokes runs a peer support mental health group for men in South Normanton – and its founder, Tim Cox, wanted to do something to show support for the families of the three people who died.
The group has now announced plans for a fundraising walk to take place in Nottingham on Sunday, July 16.
The walk will get underway at 10am and will start on Ilkeston Road, passing through Magdala Road, Sherwood Street and Milton Street before finishing on Old Market Square.
Anyone who wants to join Bottled Up Blokes on the walk is welcome to do so.
The group has set up a Just Giving page for anyone who would like to donate. You can find the page here.
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