Why is it just for women, what do I wear, can I help out even if I don't want to walk? Find all the answers here ...
Midnight Memory Walk 2012
The Midnight Memory Walk in aid of Children’s Hospice South West is an uplifting opportunity to remember loved ones or simply raise money for an amazing cause.
This year Children’s Hospice South West are asking even more of you to join in the seven mile sponsored walk on the night of Friday September 14th.
What better way to remember those you have loved, than by raising money to help Children's Hospice South West make the most of the short and precious lives of the children they care for.
The Heart Angels will be there on the night and following an inspiring candle-lit ceremony hundreds of women will set off from Ashton Gate on the seven mile circular route taking in some of the city’s greatest sites including the Clifton Suspension Bridge, SS Great Britain and Millennium Square.
Who will you walk it in memory of?
A parent, a close friend or a partner or even perhaps as one group of women did last year in thanks for their own healthy children.
All funds raised go to support local families and their children who are sadly not expected to reach adulthood. CHSW's three hospices, Little Bridge House in North Devon, Charlton Farm just outside Bristol, and Little Harbour in St Austell provide respite, palliative and end-of-life care and support for those families. Click here to find out more.
The event is open to ladies only and entry is just £10. The minimum age is 16 (Parental consent is required for 16-18 year olds) and the route is suitable for wheelchairs but not for dogs, except guide dogs. If you've any more questions click on the link below.
And guys, you don't have to be left out as volunteers are required on the night for marshalling and similar duties, so celebrate your memories of someone too by coming to help out, call for details.
Celebrating memories with every step
Registered Charity Number 1003314
Find out how they make the most of short and precious lives across the South West.