Shine bright for Bolton Hospice
My Memories Walk is here!
We are thrilled to offer a virtual spin on our much loved Midnight Memories Walk this year. This year you can make every step count by taking part in My Memories Walk - a 10,000 step sponsored walk on Saturday 19th June 2021 (or a day you choose in June)
Registration is just £8 and includes a My Memories Walk T-Shirt and Medal posted out to you, plus a downloadable e-pack filled with resources to help with your fundraising and to make your memories walk extra special.
You can also register to take part for free. Free registration includes the downloadable e-pack and a certificate.
Everyone that takes part and walks to make their steps count this June, will have access to a special podcast as the soundtrack to their Memories Walk - with messages, personal dedications and entertainment by Bolton FM.
Helen Jackson from Bolton and her daughter are taking part in My Memories Walk this June in memory of Helen's Uncle Keith.
"Uncle Keith was my mum’s twin brother who sadly passed away after losing his battle with lung cancer. He was such an amazing man with a great character, once you met him you’d never forget! For two weeks during his fight with cancer, Bolton Hospice gave him the best care, helping control his pain levels and making his wish of passing away peacefully at home possible, which I will forever by grateful for.
As a way to say thank you last year we took part in the Virtual Memories Walk for Bolton Hospice in our pyjamas which was great fun and we loved it! We definitely caught the attention of passers-by and were able to share what wonderful things the hospice do for people like my uncle.
I’d like to invite you to please join me in taking part in this year’s My Memories Walk to support the hospice at such a difficult time. With the funds they have lost due to shop closures and cancelled events during the pandemic, they now need our help more than ever! Let’s walk and fundraise together and enable the people of Bolton to receive fantastic care and support, just like my uncle did."