Walk for Whales with Hunstanton SEA LIFE Sanctuary!
WDCS, the Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society, and Hunstanton SEA LIFE Sanctuary are asking people to join them in protecting whales by Walking for Whales on Sunday 12th July 2009.
A five mile sponsored walk will start and end at the Hunstanton SEA LIFE Sanctuary on 12th July 2009 and local people are needed to get their walking shoes on and join in the fun family day, with free admission to the SEA LIFE Sanctuary for all those completing the walk!

Everyone of any age can take part in the walk, which will begin at 12.00 from the SEA LIFE Sanctuary at Hunstanton.
Hunstanton SEA LIFE Sanctuary
To register for the event and receive your free fundraising pack, log on to www.walkforwhales.org, email walkforwhales@wdcs.org or call 01249 449 500.

There are some great prizes to be won for those raising the most sponsorship. Everyone who completes the walk will receive free entry to the SEA LIFE Sanctuary.

Those raising more than £50 will receive a free WDCS whale adoption. If you raise over £80 you will get free annual passes to a SEA LIFE centre of your choice, and if you raise over £100 you will get both the whale adoption and free annual passes to the SEA LIFE centre. The person who raises the most sponsorship will get an amazing family pass to all Merlin attractions for a year.

Peter Lewis, Community and Events Manager for WDCS said: ″This is a fantastic opportunity for the whole family to have a great day out and help us stop the needless and cruel whale hunts at the same time.

Please sign up and start collecting your sponsorship now, and enjoy the walk on the day plus the free admission to Hunstanton SEA LIFE Sanctuary.″
For more information please contact the WDCS Press Office on 01249 449 534, 07834 498 277
or email press@wdcs.org or the Sanctuary website administrator

The family pass to all Merlin attractions for a year includes: Alton Towers Resort, LEGOLAND© Windsor, THORPE PARK, Chessington World of Adventures & Zoo, Madame Tussauds, London Eye, the Dungeons, Warwick Castle and SEA LIFE and the London Aquarium.