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Let’s Walk Together.

Join us for our annual sponsored walk from Anchor Square in central Bristol, 6 miles along the harbour, under the Suspension Bridge and along the Avon Gorge to the Penny Brohn UK National Centre in Pill.

When: Saturday 13th October at 10am (our birthday!)

Where: Stompers will leave Anchor Square and follow the route out to the tow path and on to our beautiful centre in Pill. The route is really well signposted and marshalls will line the route to help stompers. Maps of the route will also be provided.

Who: Stomp is really family friendly; stompers’ ages ranged from 7 to 74 last year. The route is largely traffic free and flat and there is no rush to get to our National Centre. Depending on the weather it can be muddy, but we think that’s a good thing, it all adds to the fun!

What: Your £10 entry helps to cover the costs of organising the event; everything raised through sponsorship will enable us to help more people to live well with cancer. All stompers will receive a fundraising pack including a t-shirt and sponsor forms. We’d love for each stomper to try to raise £100! There will be a farmers market, food, drink and entertainment on arrival at the Centre and free coaches to ferry you back to Anchor Square – unless you’d rather walk!

To encourage you to raise as much money as possible this year we have prizes for the top fundraisers:

  • Those who raise £100 will get a special Penny Brohn pin badge.
  • If you manage to get £120 you will be entered into a prize draw for a family ticket to We the Curious and get the pin badge
  • Anyone who manages to top £150 will get the above and be entered in the prize draw for an early bird meal for two at the Cowshed restaurant.

Registration for children under 14 is £5 and all under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.

We are also looking for volunteer marshals! You can sign up to volunteer here!

All funds raised will help us to support more people living with cancer. For more information, contact the events team on 01275 370073.

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