Welcome to the brand new Breast Walk Ever through some of the UK's most idyllic countryside to help raise vital funds for life-saving breast cancer research.
Thanks to the popularity and success of the annual Oxfordshire event, this new springtime walk is an energising activity for the upcoming Bank Holiday weekend.
Starting and finishing in historic Hursley on Coronation Weekend you'll follow in the footsteps of King Charles II after his escape from Worcester in 1651!
This walk is suitable for all ages and abilities with a little training.
There's a choice of 10K, half or full marathon distances so choose the distance that's right for you. Whether you are an experienced walker or are taking on a walking challenge for the first time, you will need to do some training to make sure you have an enjoyable and successful experience on the day.
You can choose to take part on your own, with your dog, with friends, family or work colleagues.
Well-behaved dogs on leads are very welcome to take part.
Hursley Sports and Social Club
Start and finish in the rural grounds of the IBM Hursley Club where you will find free on-site parking, refreshments and toilets.
I plan to keep walking so that I can continue to raise money for Against Breast Cancer. I long for the day when we conquer this problem and a vaccination can be found to protect women like my daughters and granddaughters. Di
I’ll never forget it, just how rewarding it would be and it still amazes me to this day at how many kind people there are willing to help. Pat Leathem, Co-founder of Against Breast Cancer
The walk from Wallingford and back via Hardwick, was very well signposted and interesting. very well organised and friendly. Thank you. Guy
Your support is more important than ever, as we know that the COVID-19 crisis has resulted in many women not being diagnosed with breast cancer at the earliest possible opportunity. This means that many will discover their breast cancer at a point when it is more difficult to treat or has spread to become incurable. Professor Ingunn Holen, University of Sheffield