Pokemon Go Walk for Charity! 23/02/19

Listen up, everyone! It’s time to unleash your inner-child!

This Saturday there is a special Pokemon Go walk being done for charity, hosted by the Anime and Games Society.

The charity in question is ‘Special Effect Gaming’ which provides specialised games, controllers and equipment for those with disabilities, to allow them to game as easily as everyone else!

This charity walk is for a great cause and is a great opportunity to compete with your mates to see who is the ultimate Pokemon hunter! Whether you play the game regularly, used to play or have never played at all, don’t be shy! Download the app and get started right away! The game is free to download and play so the event will only cost you what you are generous enough to donate!

Here’s a message from Anime and Games,

The event will start at 10am outside the entrance for Dreadnought and will pass through East Greenwich, Blackheath Standard, Shooters Hill, Welling, Bexleyheath and will end at Avery Hill!

The walk can be done by anyone they don’t have to play Pokémon Go and they don’t have to do the full 20KM they can drop out at any point!

We ask for a small donation either via the JustGiving page which is linked in the event: https://www.facebook.com/events/288004311882759/ or they can donate in person via the donation tub that we will have and all donations go to Special Effect Gaming Charity.’

I know I’ll be going, so I hope to see you all there!

By Nicholas Jones

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