IT'S time to put on your trainers and test your navigation skills to raise cash for The Royal British Legion.

A new 10k walk called Poppy Quest will see fundraisers set off from Williamson Square, Liverpool at 9.30am on Sunday, July 21 armed with a map and a quiz to take them on a tour of the city's historical and cultural landmarks.

It's purpose is to raise cash for the Legion so that it can continue to provide life-long support to the armed forces community including providing crisis grants, lobbying the Government on key issues and offering specialist care and recovery programmes.

Fundraiser for the Royal British Legion Alice Clarke said: “We hope the Poppy Quest will encourage those locally, and those from further afield, to join in and show their support for the legion whilst discovering a hidden trail of surprises within Liverpool.

“The money raised through the event will help us to continue our work providing support for service personnel, veterans and their families through hardships, injury and bereavements.”

The Merseyside and Cheshire team will also be there on the day to provide information on the different services they have available.

Free for under 18s, the Quest costs £16 per adult with a minimum fundraising target of £50 - dogs are free to take part.

The free covers an official Poppy Quest 2019 t-shirt, a medal plus a detailed city map and quiz sheet.

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