When Kerrianne Williamson isn’t studying for a Leisure and Events management degree at the University of Ulster, Coleraine, she enjoys volunteering,
Kerrianne loves going on trips around the north coast and visiting new places with her son, Oscar, who is two and a half years old.
After spending the summer as a volunteer intern with the NSPCC’s fundraising team, she has kept in touch with the charity as a supporter and has signed up to take part in the NSPCC’s Pramble, a family walk to raise funds for the charity’s vital services for children and young people in Northern Ireland.
Kerrianne says: “I’ve never taken part in a Pramble before, but with the fantastic route, excellent coffee from Bob & Berts and a chance to help make a difference, Oscar and I can’t wait!
“If you are thinking of registering for this event, do it now! You will enjoy every moment of this unique opportunity to attend an NSPCC event in the area. You have the option of walking one or two miles so it can suit everyone and you then get a free Bob and Berts Coffee and free goodie bag from Tesco Portstewart at the end if you register for the event beforehand.
“The route is beautiful coastal scenery which makes the walk even more enjoyable.
“This is a fantastic charity with staff containing the friendliest people I have ever met and the feeling you get afterwards, knowing that you have helped support the work they do is worth many miles of walking. “The NSPCC are doing so much to help fight against cruelty to children in Northern Ireland.
People can sign up for their participant pack by calling 028 90351135 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org - there are a limited number of goodie bags so people are encouraged to sign up now to secure their place.