Hundreds don cow print wellies for charity walk

Hundreds don cow print wellies for charity walk

Walkers making their way across the old Severn Bridge to raise money for St Anne's Hospice

Kiah Lewis, seven, from Cwmbran, pulls the tail of a Wiseman cow

First published in News South Wales Argus: Photograph of the Author by , Reporter

COW print wellies were the order of the day as 200 people ventured out for a mooving experience on the old Severn Bridge today.

Members of the Newport Gwent Dragons, businesses and families were among those who aimed to raise thousands of pounds for St Anne's Hospice.

Each of the participants on the five kilometre walk across the bridge wore cow print wellies.

Among those signed up to take part were nurses Gill Tapper, Marion Adams and Jayne Howells from the hospice.

The event was sponsored by Robert Wiseman Dairies.

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