Sun 12 May 2024 Winchester, Hampshire, UK

Breast Walk Ever | Hampshire | 10K

Follow in the footsteps of King Charles II and walk a beautiful country loop taking in the 12th century village of Hursley and the Monarchs Way in support of Against Breast Cancer.

  • Sun 12 May 2024
Hursley Sports and Social Club, Winchester




All ages

  • 10 km


Welcome to the 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 springtime walk was new in 2023 and is back for a second successful year! Come and join other supporters of the charity and achieve something great at the weekend.

Starting and finishing in historic Hursley you'll follow in the footsteps of King Charles II after his escape from Worcester in 1651.


  • A charity challenge walk through some of the UK's most idyllic countryside
  • Features the Clarendon Way, Itchen Way and the Pilgrim's Way, depending on route
  • Follow in the footsteps of King Charles II
  • Views over the South Downs National Park for the marathon-walkers
  • Medal, well-stocked support stops and post-walk massage
  • Start and finish at the Event Village in rural Hursley with food, drink and facilities
  • Raise funds for life-saving breast cancer research

This event is part of Breast Walk Ever | Hampshire.

  • All fitness levels
  • Dogs allowed
  • Event village
  • Families
  • Fancy dress
  • Newcomers
  • Teams

Fitness level

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.

Solo walkers or teams

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.

  • Cafe
  • Free parking
  • Rural
  • Toilets

Event HQ

Hursley Sports and Social Club
Hursley Park
SO21 2JN

Start and finish in the rural grounds of the IBM Hursley Club where you will find free on-site parking, refreshments and toilets.

  • Check points
  • First aid
  • Food stations
  • Out and back
  • Single start
  • Undulating
  • Water stations


There are three circular routes on offer, all heading out on national trails, bridleways and public footpaths.


The 10K is the shortest of the three routes and is a picturesque country loop taking in the historic Hampshire village of Hursley which dates back to the 12th century. You will follow in the footsteps of King Charles II after his escape from Worcester in 1651 to mainland Europe, following his defeat by Oliver Cromwell at the Battle of Worcester.



  • Public transport links

  • Map
  • Training plan

When you sign up to take part in the Breast Walk Ever, you will receive:


  • Fundraising pack full of helpful hints and ideas to get you started
  • Training tips and plans to make sure you are prepared for your Breast Walk Ever
  • Refreshments including hot and cold drinks, snacks and water refills at each checkpoint
  • Medical assistance and post-walk massage
Refreshments at each checkpoint and at the finish line

Available to purchase

  • T-shirts
  • Zipped hooded tops
  • Dog bandanas
Order your doggie bandana when you sign up!

  • Fundraising materials
  • Fundraising support

Against Breast Cancer

Breast cancer is the most common cancer in the UK claiming the lives of almost 1000 women every month.

Against Breast Cancer funds lifesaving research into secondary spread, the main cause of breast cancer-related deaths.

From humble beginnings, nurse Pat Leathem and her pathologist husband Anthony founded Against Breast Cancer in 1993 from their home in Clifton Hampden. Determined to improve rates of survival from secondary spread, the pair embarked on a mission to improve detection, treatment and increase survival rates for patients after breast cancer diagnosis.

Today the charity continues this goal, funding challenging, long term projects through research teams based at several of the UK’s leading academic institutions.

The research addresses three key areas:

  • Prevention

    How diet and lifestyle may increase or reduce the risk of secondary breast cancer developing to provide sound, evidence-based advice relevant to a UK population.

  • Detection

    How to design better tools for earlier diagnosis of secondary breast cancer to increase survival rates.

  • Therapies

    How the body’s natural defences could be harnessed to design more effective treatments and ultimately a vaccine against breast cancer.

The sponsorship you will raise by taking part in the Breast Walk Ever will go towards us continuing this life-changing research, benefiting the lives of thousands of women and men in the future.

  • All ages
  • Entries open
  • Enter online
  • Event merch available

Team entry fee for 4 or more Β£56.

Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

2024 fees to be confirmed.

Entry fees

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Entry fee


Junior entry fee


Minimum sponsorship


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

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