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Join breakfast presenter Ben Prater and his
dog Humbug for a two mile walk as part of our Step Into Summer campaign.
Join in the walk
The walk will now take place on Sunday 6 May
at 12:00 midday on Roundway Hill near Devizes.
We'll be reporting on the radio during the
walk and there'll also be chance to learn more about the surroundings.
The event is free, but if you'd like to raise money for Sport Relief, visit bbc.co.uk/sportrelief
Join Ben for a spot of BBC Wiltshire Breakfast every weekday
Turning 40 but looking 50 after four years of early alarm
calls, Ben’s equally at home grilling politicians in Westminster,
throwing street parties in Chippenham or meeting bald lambs in Ramsbury.
There’s always plenty of calls, texts and tweets from you at
home with Ben getting stuck into the everyday things that matter to you.
Originally from Bristol, Ben lives in Malmesbury with his
wife Sally Ann, his three young children Charlie, Mia and Archie, his dog
Humbug and his cat Mighty Mac.
He loves running, rugby and a bit of cooking but knows he’s
now first and foremost a glorified taxi driver.