A ROMSEY cancer charity is set to celebrate its 25th anniversary with a butterfly trail, starting next week.

Romsey Cancer Support Centre, Jane Scarth House, will mark the milestone anniversary with their Silver Butterfly Trail from Saturday, October 24 to Saturday, October 31.

The aim of the trail is to spot 25 butterflies displayed in shop windows across the market town.

The event is free to attend, residents don't need to book and the activity can be completed anytime during half term.

All participants need to do is pick up an entry form from Jane’s charity shop in Latimer Street, download it at www.janescarthhouse.co.uk or use the QR code.

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A spokesperson from the charity said: "When you have found as many butterflies as you can, return your completed form to the Butterfly Box at Jane’s Charity Shop.

"A draw will take place amongst all participants. The lucky winner will receive the opportunity for a trip to an ambulance station with their family to spend a morning with a paramedic."

They added the timing of South Central Ambulance Service's visit will "depend on operational demands and Government advice".

Romsey Cancer Support Centre, Jane Scarth House, was established in November 1995 and provides support to anyone whose life is affected by cancer.