WALKERS are being urged to be bright and bold for a charity walk along Felpham seafront.
At least 30 supporters of the Unseen charity are expected to get out their most vivid clothes for the stroll.
The Unseen neon night walk will take place from 7.30pm on July 11 from The Fox pub in Felpham to the Waverley on Bognor Regis seafront and back again.
Money raised will go towards the charity’s work to help to wipe out human trafficking and forced labour.
Curtain and blind-maker Lyn Coombs, 60, of Felpham, has put on the event to get seen for Unseen.
She said: “We will all be wearing neon and bright clothes. Hopefully, people will ask us what we are doing.
“That’s what we want. To get people thinking about what is happening and to highlight the issue.” More details from Lyn: email@example.com