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The Twilight Walk

Important update: The Twilight Walk 2022 rescheduled

We’ve taken the difficult decision to postpone The Twilight Walk London until March 2023.

We are so incredibly grateful to everyone who registered their support to take part in The Twilight Walk 2022 – and we are really sorry for any inconvenience that rescheduling has caused. Unfortunately our overall sign-ups for the event simply hadn’t yet reached the level we would normally expect to help make the event a success – and so we have needed to take the tough decision to push it back. With recent events in mind, we are also now not expecting to see as many people register in the final month before the event, and we therefore wanted to try to make the right decision as swiftly as we could to ensure we could give everyone as much notice as possible.

As our flagship event, The Twilight Walk is a very important opportunity to unite our community under one common cause to raise funds to defeat brain tumours. Over the past nine years, The Twilight Walk has raised an extraordinary £2.8 million which has been critical to helping accelerate progress towards a cure and uniting over 10,000 people for those affected by brain tumours.

While we’re really disappointed to need to move the event, it does enable us the exciting opportunity to hold The Twilight Walk in Brain Tumour Awareness Month in March. We hope this will provide a perfect time to come together for The Twilight Walk and make as much noise, and raise as much money, as we possibly can in such an important month for brain tumours.

Whether you want to join us for our rescheduled in-person walk or get together with your loved ones to stride out somewhere that means a lot to you, we hope you’ll join us in March 2023 for our loudest Twilight Walk yet. Every step will move us further, faster towards a world where brain tumours are defeated.

Register your interest now!

Side by side, stride by stride, let’s pick up the pace towards a cure!

Our flagship event, The Twilight Walk, is back! This inspiring event sees our community across the world unite to propel progress towards a cure. Join us in-person at our first ever London Twilight Walk, or stride out remotely and tackle a Twilight Walk Own Walk.

Over the past nine years, The Twilight Walk has raised an extraordinary £2.8 million and united over 10,000 people for those affected by brain tumours. So please join us to keep up the momentum this year, and help us as we do more for a cure.

Together, we’ll beat brain tumours sooner.

The Twilight Walk London

Event details

When: March 2023 (date to be confirmed)

Where: London

Registration fee:

  • Adults – £15
  • Under 16’s – £10
  • Under 5’s – Free

Minimum sponsorship target: £100

Take on your own Twilight Walk

Event details

When: Anytime in March

Where: Somewhere special to you

Registration fee: Free to enter

Minimum sponsorship target: We’re asking everyone to raise £100 and if you can, we’ll send you a commemorative medal in the post to mark your achievement!

Join our first ever London Twilight Walk

After two years of needing to remotely come together to stride towards a cure, we’re delighted to announce our new in-person event, as, for the first time ever, The Twilight Walk is coming to London! Join us in March 2023 to take in the beautiful views of some of London’s iconic destinations as we tackle a 10km walk together – side by side, stride by stride towards a world where brain tumours are defeated.

To get involved, simply sign up and start fundraising as you help us take the steps needed to beat brain tumours sooner.

Things to look forward to at The Twilight Walk London:

  • – Music
  • – Face painting, temporary tattoos and arts & crafts
  • – A chance to find out about new, exciting campaigns and research projects
  • – Time to get to know other walkers on the day
  • – A special warm-up routine to get you ready for the walk
  • – Refreshments to keep you going

Hold your own walk, that’s special for you

Stride out anywhere, any time in March to make up the distance to your chosen goal. You can opt for our traditional 10km, go further with our more challenging distances of 40km or 130km, or pick your very own distance. And, if you don’t fancy taking on a hefty hike in one go, you can split the challenge into any number of shorter walks!

Sign up for FREE to get your Twilight Walk t-shirt and if you raise £100 or more, we’ll send you a bespoke medal in the post.

To hold your own walk, simply:

– Pick any date in March to hold your walk, or choose to do it over multiple days
– Choose a location that’s special for you
– Plan your route (whatever the length)
– Stride out solo or get a team together

Walk it your way, beat brain tumours together!

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 London 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.

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

Contact us

If you have any questions about The Twilight Walk 2023 or need any tips or advice on fundraising, check out our FAQs. 

Or please do get in touch with the team by calling 01252 237867 or emailing thetwilightwalk@thebraintumourcharity.org.

My journey was, in many ways, long and difficult, but I was one of the lucky ones who benefited from charity supported research – I received a new treatment and after twenty years I am now tumour free. So a Twilight Walk each autumn brings me the opportunity to give back, to thank the charity and the community and to share my story of hope.

Christine Garratt