50 miles. Two days. On foot. Do something big to help people with a brain tumour. Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd April 2017, Whitby and North Yorkshire Moors.
Follow the Seagulls is a walk set up to beat brain cancer. Starting and finishing in the charming coastal town of Whitby, you’ll see breath-taking scenery of moorland, ancient monuments, and waterfalls, as well as the stunning sea views of smuggler coves including Staithes and Robin Hood’s Bay.
This self-supported walk will pit you against physical and mental challenges like no other. But you will come out the other side with a heroic sense of achievement. You will have overcome a major challenge and you will have done something big that will help 60,000 people be less alone, less afraid, and more in control in the face of a devastating brain tumour diagnosis.
Follow the Seagulls is your chance to do something truly challenging to help people living with a brain tumour.
brainstrust is a UK based brain tumour support charity providing 24/7 support from the point of diagnosis onwards, and resources that help people living with a brain tumour become stronger.
Join our community today to raise funds and awareness as we walk 50 miles in the North Yorkshire Moors in just 2 days. For more information, click here, email email@example.com or call 01983 213576.
Registration is just £10 per person, but we ask that you try to raise £500 in sponsorship to help us change the world for the brain tumour community. We will in return provide you with everything that you will need for the challenge, including regular emails containing tips, advice, and training plans.
Do something big for brain tumours. Sign up today.
Photography by Mike Kipling.
The routes for the walk can be seen below.
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