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Sponsored ghost walk in Pluckley

PUBLISHED: 00:16 25 February 2011 | UPDATED: 18:57 20 February 2013

Kent-based homeless charity Porchlight is looking for people to take part in a sponsored ghost walk in Pluckley on 19 March...

Kent-based homeless charity Porchlight is looking for people to take part in a sponsored ghost walk in Pluckley on 19 March. The guided walk around one of the UKs most haunted villages starts at 6pm and is followed by dinner.

Rachel van Hoven, community fundraising officer for the charity said: There are at least 12 recorded ghosts, including the Phantom Monk of Greystones, The Red Lady and the Lady of Rose Court. The Black Horse pub where the walk begins and ends with dinner is said to be haunted by a mischievous poltergeist!

Registration costs 25 and includes dinner. The sponsorship raisedwill help supportvulnerable and homeless people in the county.
01227 813199 for more details.

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