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The Twilight Walk 2024

The Twilight Walk London

Join us back in London as, we take the steps needed towards a cure through Brain Tumour Awareness Month.

Our 5km & 10km route through London starts and finishes at the stunning St Mary’s Church, Wyndham Pl, York St, London W1H 1PQ under the beautiful backdrop of London. You’ll be part of a sea of red walkers in your Charity t-shirt and inspiration bib. And on completing the walk, you’ll get a nifty medal that will always remind you of the impact you’ve made!

It will be an amazing day for the whole family, taking in the iconic London landmarks, and enjoying being part of our team.

The whole route is wheelchair and push chair accessible. There will also be public toilets, cafes and places to stop for refreshments or a break should you need to.

What you get:

  • A free Twilight Walk t-shirt
  • A medal when you cross the finish line to mark your very well deserved achievement
  • Access to our Facebook Group

What can I expect at The Twilight Walk?
We’ll have music, face painting, arts & crafts and temporary tattoos for everyone to get involved in! You’ll also have a chance to find out about The Charity’s new, exciting campaigns and research projects before warming up and starting The Twilight Walk.

Can anyone enter?

Yes! The Twilight Walk is for every one of all ages and abilities. However, children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
Registration will open soon so watch this space for the announcement!

How long is the route?
The Twilight Walk offers two distances; 5km or 10km circular walk and will take you anywhere between 1 ½ hours to 3 hours to complete, depending on your pace. There will be stops along the way if you wish including toilet facilities.

I am a wheelchair user, can I still take part?
The route is suitable for wheelchair users, however please contact us prior to the event to notify us that you’re taking part in a wheelchair.

Is it okay that I’m walking on my own?
Yes of course! If you’d like to meet and walk with others, there’ll be a meeting point arranged where you can meet others before the walk starts.

Event details

When: 23 March 2024

Where: London

Distance: 5km & 10km

This event is organised by The Brain Tumour Charity.

A relaxed thoughtful occasion shared with friends and like-minded strangers, filled with the uplift of stories shared and nature observed, a Twilight Walk is, like twilight itself, is a bookend, punctuation, a moment for peaceful reflection in our busy lives which offers the possibility of a special sunrise offering new hope.

Christine Garratt

Contact us

If you have any questions about The Twilight Walk – London or need any tips or advice on fundraising please do check out our FAQs.

Or you can get in touch with the team by calling 01252 237867 or emailing