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The Twilight Walk

Thank you for going the distance and joining us virtually for The Twilight Walk this autumn!

Though we weren’t able to come together in person this year, it was fantastic to see so many of you taking strides and standing together against brain tumours.

To date, over 500 people walked up and down the country (and some abroad!), covering an incredible distance of 32,700km in total. 

More than £330,000 has been raised so far - this amount could fund over three and a half years’ worth of world-class research into finding new and safer treatments.

Thank you - every stride taken and every penny raised will help us move closer to our goal.

My partner Graham and I were due to have a busy 2020 and our wedding was due to take place on 3 October. Instead, we spent a weekend in France and signed up to The Twilight Walk. We clocked up our kms during the day, including on what should have been our wedding day, and we enjoyed a glass of red wine in the evenings. We kept it going to reach our 50km target when we were in quarantine by using a treadmill at home. The Twilight Walk is something which we have been able to enjoy together as well as doing something positive to stop brain tumours from having such a devastating impact on people’s lives.

Laura, who’s living with a low grade glioma

Get social

Check out our Facebook page to see pictures from walks across the country. You can also share your photos from your walk using #TheTwilightWalk2020.