Virtual Moonlight and Memories Walk 2021

Be part of something special and join your local hospice for this year’s virtual Moonlight and Memories Walk, wherever you are this June and July.

Remember your loved ones and help raise much-needed funds for your local charity with the return of our biggest sponsored challenge.

Last year, hundreds of people pounded the pavements during lockdown to clock up the miles in support of St Catherine’s. Gather your friends and family and go the extra mile this year to help us continue caring for local people with life-shortening illnesses.

With so much uncertainty still surrounding us about what type of events might be allowed to go ahead in 2021 – and with funds greatly impacted by the pandemic due to the cancellation of events and the closure of our café and shops throughout last year – we’re calling on our communities to once again do their own version of the meaningful Moonlight and Memories Walk.

Simply walk 4 or 10 miles in one go or over a few days or weeks this June and July, or why not clock up as many miles as you can on foot or two wheels instead?

Registration is £10 for adults and £5 for children, including a 2021 t-shirt and medal.

This event is kindly sponsored by Farrell Heyworth.

Thank you for your fantastic, continued support of St Catherine’s Hospice!

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