Explore historic landscape dominated by the world-famous stone circle of Stonehenge. Trek for a loved one and raise money so together we can find a cure.
Hike the chalk downs and woodlands of Wiltshire to help people affected by dementia.
You will see ancient earthworks and burial grounds in a historic landscape dominated by the world-famous stone circle of Stonehenge.
The route is designed to be challenging but is achievable for most people provided you train well in advance. You'll receive a training guide when you sign up to help you prepare.
North of Salisbury | 13th century cathedral - home of the tallest spire in the UK | water meadows | high ridges | quiet woodland | paths following medieval trading routes | picturesque Great Wishford | views over Stonehenge | undulating chalk ridges | quiet valleys | Old Sarum.
"Fantastic – brilliant day! One that we as a family will always remember and talk and laugh about." Lynne
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Every 3 minutes someone develops dementia, a progressive brain disease that slowly destroys memory and the ability to carry out the simplest tasks and it can happen to anyone at any time. Your support of Alzheimer's Society directly helps over 100,000 people through their local services across the UK and to fund their commitment to spend £150 million on cutting-edge research over the next decade to improve care and work towards a cure.
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