Exmouth’s Harry raises hundreds for NSPCC

PUBLISHED: 12:30 15 April 2017

Henry Murdoch and his granddad Alan after the walk from Turf Locks to the lifeboat station

Henry Murdoch and his granddad Alan after the walk from Turf Locks to the lifeboat station

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An Exmouth boy has completed an annual fundraising challenge with his granddad for the second year running.

Henry Murdoch, aged eight, walked 13 miles from Turf Locks to Exmouth lifeboat station, in Queen’s Drive, with his granddad, Alan Murdoch.

The challenge was held to raise funds for NSPCC. The total currently stands at £345 which has been raised in sponsorship and collections on the day.

Anyone wanting to add to the total can donate at www.justgiving.com/fundraising/henry-murdoch


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