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Norwich church members walk the wall for China 

A team from Together Loving Christ will be walking 10km to raise money for International China Concern on September 29, joining with others around the globe collectively walking the distance of the Great Wall of China.

Following a visit in May from Judy Elliot the National Director of International China Concern (ICC), who gave a very powerful and moving talk about the work of the charity, Together Loving Christ decided to take part in the ICC annual Walk the Wall event. Each year ICC looks to gather 600 people from across the globe to walk 10km each - collectively the distance of the Great Wall of China in order to raise money for their work in China.

International China Concern is a Christian development organisation that changes lives by bringing love, hope and opportunity to abandoned and disabled children in China. ICC seeks to give life to the most vulnerable children in China by educating and supporting families raising children with disabilities.

They operate a range of facilities that include family-style group homes, baby care units, residential care for the profoundly disabled and transitional housing for young adults. ICC also works in specialist areas such as special education, therapy, vocational training, medical services, foster care, child advocacy and community outreach programmes. In partnership with government welfare centres, International China Concern provides care for hundreds of abandoned and disabled children as well as training local caregivers.

Together Loving Christ are delighted to be organising the Norwich Walk the Wall event. They see this as a way they can put their faith into action and help some of the world's most vulnerable children.

TLC welcome anyone to join us on the walk on 29th September at 12.30pm which starts from Drayton Hall and will proceed along Marriott's Way, returning to Drayton to complete the 10km.

Please join them by walking with them, collecting sponsors or making a donation. Register to join in the walk or donate online at or contact


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