Dozens take part in Lowestoft Memory Walk
- Credit: Nick Butcher
The Lowestoft Memory Walk held its third annual walk on Sunday.
Organisers Suzan Collins and Jo Wilde said it was the best event ever.
'It was a fantastic event. A huge amount of people turned up, three times more than we've had previously.
'There was a great view of the sea, the sun was shining and there were horses out riding along the cliff top.'
Walkers either took part in a 2km or 4km route starting out at Pakefield Beacon.
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Tania Birtwistle, Alzheimer's Society locality administrator for Suffolk, said: 'The Alzheimer's society supports people to live well with dementia today and funds research to find a cure for tomorrow.
'Memory walks are the Alzheimer's society flagship annual fundraising event; they take place all over the country during the month of September.
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'There are local services for people with dementia, their families and carers. For any local information and or support then telephone 01473 237301.'