The annual Saints With Heart Walk is taking place in May and organisers are appealing for people to take part.
This year will be the 13th annual walk, which raises money for the British Heart Foundation. This year, 25 percent of the proceeds will be going to the Leon Barwell Foundation.
The walk takes place on May 9.
A spokesman for the organisers said: “Saints With Heart began in 2002 when three Saints fans all suffered heart attacks in the space of a few months. A walk was organised and in the space of a few weeks, 30 took part and raised £4,000 for the BHF.
“We have grown significantly since, and at our peak have had 100 walkers raising £20,000 a year in recent times. Our total raised so far for the BHF is over £168,000 - but we want to make the 2015 edition the biggest yet, so we’re getting people to do more than just walk.
“Whether people cycle, skateboard, three legged race or just arrive in a classic car we want them to get sponsored for their journey to Franklin’s Gardens before the London Welsh match. The more creative the idea, the better!”
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He added: “This year, 25 percent of our proceeds will be going to the Leon Barwell Foundation, which raises money to support parents affected by cancer by helping them create memories that are everlasting.”
For more details go to www.leonbarwellfoundation.org
“Saints With Heart is entirely run by volunteers who give up their time to raise money for these great causes,” he added.