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Amber Homeloans’ “china dolls” are setting off on a march across sections of the Great Wall. The team, from left, are Laura Tudgey, Carla Weatherall, Sarah Brewer and Gail Lloyd. They are braving the walk at an average altitude of 738 metres and have already raised more than £13,000 for their chosen charities.

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