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The Big Walk for Prostate Cymru 2024

Event: The Big Walk for Prostate Cymru 2024

Costs: Organised Walk £25 Entry or Individual £10 Entry

Date Held: July 20th, 2024

Organiser: Ellie Jug

Contact: [email protected]

Prostate Cymru are pleased to announce The Big Walk is back in July 2024!

If you’re looking for a walk that combines breath-taking scenery, Welsh culture, and a great cause, then The Big Walk is the event for you.

Over the 6th, 13th, 14th & 20th July 2024, Big Walks for Prostate Cymru will take place in iconic Welsh locations.

6th July

Mynydd Mawr Big Walk (approx 4.5 miles)

13th July

Carmarthenshire Circular Walk (approx 8 miles)

14th July

Solva to St Davids Walk (6 miles)

20th July

The Vale Circular Walk (approx 5.5 miles)

Neath to Kenfig Hill (13 miles)

Aberystwyth Walk (approx 4.5 miles)

The event is open to people of all ages and abilities and with several routes and distances to choose from, you’re sure to find a walk that suits your preferences. Participants will also have the option to take on the challenge on their own and at their own pace across the month.

You’ll have the chance to meet new people, explore the natural beauty of Wales, and support an important cause.

There is an entry fee of just £25 for one of our specific walks or just £10 to complete the challenge on a route and date of your choice throughout the month of July.

As part of your £25 entry you will receive:

  • Breakfast Roll
  • Free T-shirt
  • Guided Walk

Sign up today via the following link:


When you register via enthuse link above, an automatic personal fundraising page will be created and the link sent to you via your email. You can then share this fundraising page with your friends and family, making your fundraising simple!

So, whether you’re a seasoned hiker or a beginner looking for a new challenge, don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to discover Wales like never before and help men with prostate cancer.

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