Axa End-to-End kicks off
The 2019 Axa End-to-End charity event was launched last night with a glittering ceremony at the Hamilton Princess Hotel.
The 32nd annual End-to-End, of which The Royal Gazette is a gold sponsor, is to be held on May 4.
Over the years the island-wide endurance challenge, in which participants walk, cycle, row, paddle, or swim all over Bermuda, has raised more than $5.65 million for good causes.
This year’s recipients will be Raleigh International, WindReach, Age Concern and Friends of Hospice. Registration opens next month.
Guests at last night’s reception included Zane DeSilva, the Minister of Tourism and Transport.
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