Join us for an easy-going 10k walk as the sun sets over Warwick, Chester and Windsor. Together we can raise funds and awareness for everyone affected.
The Twilight Walk is back! By popular demand we'll be returning to your three favourite locations across the UK, walking 10k to stamp out brain tumours for good. Get a team together and #WalkWithUs.
Last year over 1,400 members of the brain tumour community came together to walk and fundraised over an incredible £220,000 for vital research.
The money you raise will go straight towards doubling the survival and halving the harm of brain tumours.
Together, we can have a bigger and better impact than ever before.
Alan walked The Twilight Walk in Warwick last year, he said "Words cannot express how emotional but inspirational the entire event was and how lifted I felt by everyone else who was there, particularly all the young guys and girls who were there supporting their friends. Thank you, not only for a fantastically organised event but for generating an atmosphere that was like no other I'd ever experienced before."
Emily walked The Twilight Walk in Chester last year in memory of her dad; "We had such a lovely evening and loved every second of it. I was walking for my dad, Stuart, with the rest of my team."
Joanne who previously took part in The Twilight Walk in Windsor said “It was a pleasure to take part in such a well organised walk, the atmosphere was amazing and I'm already looking forward to next year's walk!"
By volunteering you can help ensure that The Twilight Walk is an incredible evening from start to finish.
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We've put together our top ten training tips to help you get ready to #WalkWithUs
If you can't make it to The Twilight Walk in Warwick, Chester or Windsor you can still #WalkWithUs by walking any 10K route in your local area on 2, 9 or 16 October.