This February, wrap up warm and come along to one of the wonderful Winter Woolly Walks! With seven stunning locations across Northern Ireland to choose from, there is sure to be one near you.
2018 will be the 13th year Winter Woolly Walks will be held across the province and we are so grateful to you for getting behind our walks each year, raising much needed funds and helping us to support families going through an incredibly difficult time in the wake of a cancer diagnosis.
This year is no different so dig out the woolly hat, the gloves and the walking shoes and join us this February for a fantastic day out at a Winter Woolly Walk near you…
- Tollymore Forest Park, Newcastle (17th Feb)
- St Columb’s Park, Derry/Londonderry (17th Feb)
- Castle Coole, Enniskillen (17th Feb)
- Drum Manor Forest Park, Cookstown (24th Feb)
- Portstewart Strand, Portstewart (24th Feb)
- Sir Thomas & Lady Dixon Park, Belfast (24th Feb)
- Antrim Castle Gardens, Antrim (24th Feb)
Each walk ranges from 2 – 4 miles, taking in beautiful forests or wild and windy beaches. Walkers are free to stroll leisurely or can walk as briskly as you wish – it’s all about having fun together as a family, getting out in the fresh air and enjoying the wonderful wintry scenery.
And by getting involved and fundraising, you will be showing your support to local children affected by cancer. So bring the kids, the grandparents and get the woolly hats on!
Registration is from 10am at all locations with the walks beginning at 10:30am.
For more info and to register log onto www.cancerfundforchildren.com/event/winter-woolly-walk/