Magical Midnight Walk

Saturday 16th June

Hemel Hempstead School

10.00pm


Midnight Walk


The Midnight Walk is BACK and this year we’ve added a touch of magic to our new five and ten-mile routes...


Sign up today and feel the magic

 

Why do the Midnight Walk?

Stroll along candlelit pathways, make a wish under twinkling lights in the illuminated magical wood; glow neon bright as you enter the fun ultra violet, chill out zone; then pause and take time to reflect by candlelight.


Click here to check out our new illuminated route...


Girls in neon and lantern

 

The Midnight Walk is a unique night-time challenge for everyone. It’s the chance to get together with friends and family for a Saturday night out with a difference, a time to reflect and remember loved ones and a fantastic fitness challenge!


Prices:
Adult - £20
Child (10-17 years old) - £15


You can buy...
• ​Tealight and Lantern
• Flashing Bunny Ears
• Glow Pack

Bunny Ears and Mum
Also included... 
• A Midnight Walk T-shirt and medal
• A choice of a 5 or 10 mile course
• Tea and cake!
• Exclusive access to the beautiful grounds of Abbot's Hill and Hemel Schools!
• A glowing sense of achievement!


Click here to sign up


...and then kick start your fundraising! Click here to check out our Top Tips!

Fundraising Top Tips

 

How your fundraising makes a difference...

Paul Kingdons Story

It costs over £5 million every year to continue our free services, and just £50 sponsorship could help fund a specialist nurse to visit a patient in their own home - just imagine the huge difference that every penny you raise will make.

“On 13th April Val and I renewed our wedding vows. It was a very special day. We threw a party for all our friends and family, and hospice chef, Chris Took, made a huge cake. But then over the summer Val started to deteriorate.

“She came to the Hospice as an inpatient for the first time on 2nd August. A week before she died I would not have thought we would lose her so soon. But when she got to the Hospice it was as if everything stopped. I think she had found herself in a place of peace where she could relax and finally let herself go. She felt as if everything had been done and she was in a place where she felt safe."

Paul Kingdon, who's wife Val died at the Hospice in 2009. Click here to read more of Paul's story and how the Hospice helped when his family needed it most.

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