Walk for Parkinson's - Ashton Court 2018
Join us for our Walk for Parkinson's in the beautiful Ashton Court.
In 2017 all of our lovely Ashton Court walkers helped us to raise an incredible £19,055! Thank you all so much and let's see if we can do even better in 2018!
- Start and finish: Ashton Court (near the mansion)
- Minimum sponsorship: £50 suggested
- Registration fee: £10 for adults and £5 for under 16s
- Registration opens: 10.00am
- Start time: 11am
- Routes: 1.2 mile or 4 miles
There's a choice of walking routes to suit everyone, so bring your family and friends along for a fun-filled day in one of the country's most beautiful estates.
What you'll receive
Take part in a Walk for Parkinson’s in 2018 and help raise vital funds for people affected by Parkinson’s. Every step will take us closer to a cure.
All our walkers will receive the best support from us, including:
- A Walk for Parkinson's T-shirt
- Fundraising advice, including a fundraising pack
- Support with your training
- A finisher's medal
Dogs: Dogs on leads are welcome to take part in the walk. Please be considerate of the wildlife and other members of the public.
Toilets: Toilets are situated near the café.
Car park: Parking available on site, please note this is £1.20 for all day.
Refreshments: There is a cafe which provides lunch and refreshments. You will receive a bottle of water at the start.
Race packs: These include everything you need for the day, and will be sent out 2 weeks prior to the event.
Registration: Please note registration closes 1 week prior to the event. On-the-day registration will be available but will be cash only. Walk prices will increase to £15 for adults and £7.50 for under 16s, and run prices will increase to £18 for the 10K and £15 for the 5K.
If you have any questions regarding this walk please phone 020 7963 3912 or email [email protected]
Create your fundraising page
Make a fundraising page with JustGiving, then share it with friends and family. The money you raise will help us find a cure and improve life for everyone affected by Parkinson's.