Discovery Park were the main sponsor for this year’s annual Crocus Walk – and joined in with more than 140 other people to hike from Walmer to St Margaret’s Bay.
The walk has already raised £2,000 for the charity, which is the UK’s largest breast cancer charity.
For the first time, everyone who completed the walk received a medal and – in another element to the event – walkers were tasked with finding pink pebbles which had been dropped along the route.
Kimberley Anderson, Corporate Relations Manager at Discovery Park, said: “It’s been great to support the Crocus Walk in aid of Breast Cancer Now, raising nearly £2,000 for a fantastic cause. Even though there was rain, and lots of hills to negotiate, everyone kept encouraging one another with a smile on their face. It’s great to see the community come together for events like this.”
Kerry Rubins said: “It was a truly special day with lots of new walkers that took part. We had walkers from Stoke Mandeville, Ashford, Whitstable, London, Tunbridge Wells, along with lots of locals.”