Walk to unite and make a lasting difference, walk to share experiences with those who understand, walk to celebrate the lives of loved ones. #WalkWithUs and be part of our journey to double survival and halve the harm of brain tumours.
Join our easy 10k walk today and help us to take the vital steps needed to defeat brain tumours.
The Twilight Walk is back! Every year the spirited atmosphere at The Twilight Walk makes this event an incredibly special occasion and we would love for you to be a part of it.
You can #WalkWithUs in Chester, Warwick or Windsor. You can take part with a friend or loved one, or even sign up a whole team! All ages are welcome to join this easy 10k walk. Every step you take and penny you raise at The Twilight Walk will have a huge impact helping the 102,000 people currently living with a brain tumour in the UK.
The Twilight Walk - Chester- Sunday 1 October 2017
The Twilight Walk is returning to Chester this year, #WalkWithUs as the sun sets over this historic city. Setting off together from Chester Racecourse, the route will take you across the Queen's Park Suspension Bridge and around the city walls.
#WalkWithUs and be part of our journey to double survival and halve the harm of brain tumours.
"We really enjoyed the camaraderie where everyone was affected in some way or other by brain tumours. Some people were survivors, others had lost loved ones. The walk was on such a beautiful evening, the route was clear and picturesque, there was no chance of going off and getting lost!"
Sara took part in The Twilight Walk Chester in 2015 and 2016
The Twilight Walk - Warwick - Sunday 8 October 2017
#WalkWithUs in Warwick as we unite to defeat brain tumours. This picturesque walk takes in views of the world-famous castle, River Avon, parks, gardens and historic buildings in the beautiful town.
"A fabulous walk, brilliant organisation and great people, I walked with my sister for my beautiful son Jonathan who lost his fight in February 2009, for my mum Jean and my sister-in-law Debbie.. we will return next year!! Well done to everyone that took part! Amazing!"
Susan took part in The Twilight Walk Warwick 2016.
You can also #WalkWithUs by holding a 10k walk in your community. By taking part in your Own Walk with family, friends and colleagues during October, you can still play a huge role in helping the 102,000 people currently living with a brain tumour in the UK.
Watch this space for upcoming updates, guides and tips about holding your own walk! In the meantime register your interest to find out more and your regional Community Fundraiser will be in touch soon with lots more exciting information.