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More than 200 spectators turned out to support the intrepid walkers outside Carterton Town Hall on Friday (March 15), raising a spectacular £20,000.

After her walk over the coals, the mayor of Carterton Cllr Kathy Godwin said: “I’ve had such fun and am delighted that we were able to bring such an exciting event to the town to raise money for local good causes.

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“The sums raised for my charity, the Carterton Youth Fund, will make a real difference to our young people.”

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Witney and West Oxfordshire MP Robert Courts, the mayor of Witney Cllr Owen Collins, and Keith Crawford, the President of Witney Rotary, all gamely rose to the challenge.

After the walk, a relieved Mr Crawford said: “This is the most exciting evening that I have had for many a year.

“I’m so pleased that the club has been able to organise such a successful event for the town. Thank you to everyone involved.”

Teams took part from MyVision Oxfordshire, Springfield Primary School Witney, St John’s Church Carterton, West Oxfordshire Boxing Club, 1st Charlbury Guides, Windrush Valley Amateur Boxing Club, Carterton WI, Witney Swimming Club, Grapes and Tomatoes, and Lee-Chadwick Solicitors. 




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