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The Twilight Walk

Side by side, stride by stride, let’s pick up the pace of progress

Our series of autumn walks is back for 2019, so join us and use your footsteps to help lead our search for a cure.

There are three ways you can get involved in The Twilight Walk:

Come together to make a difference for everyone affected by a brain tumour. All our walks are accessible and easy-going, making them suitable for the whole family. 

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Join our Charity-led walks

We’re back to walk 10km against the picturesque backdrops of:

So join one (or more) of our walks and unite with a community who are taking on this challenge in the name of beating brain tumours faster!

To get involved, simply pick a location(s) below, sign up and start fundraising as you help us take the steps needed to beat brain tumours sooner.

If you have any questions about our charity-led walks, please check out our FAQs.

The Twilight Walk Warwick

Sunday 29 September

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The Twilight Walk Warwick

Join us at our 10km Warwick walk!

When: Sunday 29 September, 4.30pm - 8.00pm

Where:
Warwick School, Myton Road, Warwick, CV34 6PP

Registration:

  • Adults: £15
  • Under 16s: £10
  • Under 5s: free

Sponsorship: we’re encouraging every walker to pledge to raise £100, or as much as you can

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The Twilight Walk Windsor

Sunday 6 October

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The Twilight Walk Windsor

Join us at our 10km Windsor walk!

When: Sunday 6 October, 4.30pm - 8.00pm

Where: Windsor Leisure Centre, Stovell Road, Windsor, SL4 5JB

Registration:

  • Adults: £15
  • Under 16s: £10
  • Under 5s: free

Sponsorship: we’re encouraging every walker to pledge to raise £100, or as much as you can

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The Twilight Walk Edinburgh

Sunday 13 October

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The Twilight Walk Edinburgh

Join us at our 10km Edinburgh walk!

When: Sunday 13 October, 4.30pm - 8.00pm

Where:
George Watson's College, 69 Colinton Road, Edinburgh, EH10 5EG

Registration:

  • Adults: £15
  • Under 16s: £10
  • Under 5s: free

Sponsorship: we’re encouraging every walker to pledge to raise £100, or as much as you can

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If you’re thinking of joining The Twilight Walk, definitely do! We’ve walked every year since 2016 and will for as long as we can. It’s great to do for The Charity, to raise awareness and money for research and you don’t have to rush, just take your time and enjoy the scenery.

Natalie Copping, whose son James was diagnosed with a brain tumour aged three

Hold your own walk, that’s special for you

If would prefer to hold your own in a way that’s special to you, then you can organise your own walk, of any length, big or small, and in any location. You could take in scenes from your city, enjoy a countryside ramble or even walk along the coast - the possibilities are endless!

Once you've registered, your community fundraiser will be in touch to talk about your plans and help you get started. And they’ll be on hand throughout your planning and can provide t-shirts and medals for your team (subject to availability).

Organise your own walk

Own walks are also being held up and down the country - join one near you and use your footseps to help lead our search for a cure!

South Tyneside - Sunday 20 October 2019Join our scenic coastal walk from the Little Haven Hotel to Souter Lighthouse.Find out more
Colne, Lancs - Saturday 26 October 2019Join our Young Ambassador, Laura Nuttall, on a 10K scenic meander through East Lancashire. Dogs are welcome!Find out more
Lurgan Park, Craigavon - Sunday 27 October 2019Join The Christine O’Carroll Research Fund on this 2 mile route in the beautiful surroundings of Lurgan Park- suitable for all ages and abilites, two legged, four legged or wheeled participants welcome!Find out more
Prestwick - Saturday 2 November 2019Join us on Prestwick Promenade, Ayrshire for our family (and dog) friendly sponsored 5k walk in memory of those we have lost and in support of those still fighting.Find out more

The Twilight Walk is such an inspiring and fulfilling thing to do. Initially, I get a little worried it won’t be successful but with time and planning, and figuring out what you want to do, these worries ease quickly. Just seeing the people who come along connecting with others makes it all worthwhile.

Shona, whose husband Mark sadly died of a brain tumour

Volunteer at The Twilight Walk

Want to help The Twilight Walk run smoothly? We need you! Each volunteer is vital to making this event such a special and successful day, so no matter the role you play, you’ll make a big difference to us and all our walkers.

Join us in Warwick, Windsor or Edinburgh or volunteer at someone’s own walk, and be part of a team to welcome our walkers, keep them on route and cheer them on. With your help, we will take strides towards a cure.

We have a variety of indoor and outdoor roles available, from route stewarding to helping people sign in on the day. All you have to do, is pick the role that’s right for you.

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However and wherever you get involved, you’ll be part of our dedicated community, uniting around the same goal - beating brain tumours for good.

What to expect

Watch our video from last year, showing all the highlights of our red sea of walkers.