Police and Ulysses club miracle walk

POLICE, Ulysses Motor Cycle Club Mt Lindesay members and friends are set to walk the street this weekend and rattle donation tins for a good cause.

The walk will be held on August 11, when the Mater little miracles walkers team up with the Mount Lindesay Ulysses club members who include ‘Kiwi’ John Moore,  Brian ‘Waffles’ Stevens, David ‘Splat’ Dawson and Paul ‘Feathers’ Jones

The team will take to the streets for a 35km stroll, beginning at Bunnings Browns Plains at 7am and walk until they hit the magic mark.

They will be in fluro yellow so they won’t be missed.

The Ulysses will be on the road and stopping in at local shopping centres to help beat the donation and sponsorship record of $6000.

CHARITY WALK: 'Kiwi' John Moore, Brian 'Waffles' Stevens, Paul 'Feathers' Jones, David 'Splat' Dawson, his grandson Lincoln, 3 and Senior Sergeant Terry Armstrong and Senior Constable Matt Curling.

CHARITY WALK: 'Kiwi' John Moore, Brian 'Waffles' Stevens, Paul 'Feathers' Jones, David 'Splat' Dawson, his grandson Lincoln, 3 and Senior Sergeant Terry Armstrong and Senior Constable Matt Curling.

Senior Sergeant Terry Armstrong said the walkers will be a mix of police, friends and long time walkers.

“We’ve been teamed up with the Ulysses for 12 years and they will be rattling their tins once again,” he said.

“Our partnership has been great and the generosity of the community is overwhelming.

Fund raised go toward the care of babies born premature.

To make a donation phone 0427227992.