Setting up your own walking challenge is an excellent way to raise money for and awareness of Cure Parkinson’s.
Let us know what you’re up to, and we’ll support you all the way. Whether there’s an iconic long walk you’ve always wanted to do, or you’re looking to increase the amount of steps you’re doing over a long period, organising your own walking challenge is an excellent way to raise money and awareness of Parkinson’s.
Ideas for your walking challenge
With travel severely affected by covid-19, now is the perfect time to take on an adventure around the UK by foot:
- The Yorkshire Three Peaks
- The Welsh 3,000s
- The Jurassic Coast Path
- The Hadrian’s Wall Path
- The South Downs Way
- The Cotswolds Way
For a top ten list of suggestions, visit Rough Guides for some more inspiration.
Less conventional walking challenges
- Aim for 10,000 steps a day or more – if you keep this up for 30 days, you would achieve 300,000 steps or 150 miles which is the same as walking from London to Manchester!
Supporter Joyce Cook (pictured below) is taking on the challenge of walking 10,000 steps each day for one month around her local village, starting on World Parkinson’s Day (11 April).
How to get involved
- Tell us about your walk by completing our registration form.
- Set up your JustGiving page to start fundraising.
- Share your challenge with family, friends and your social media networks. Ask them to help out by sponsoring you or joining in with the ride themselves. Remember to tag us so we can share what you’re up to!
- Get cycling! Please do remember to adhere to social distancing guidelines as set out by the government.
For more information and support, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 7487 3892.