Date: 15 & 16 April 2023
Cost: £20.00 registration fee which contributes to your fundraising target
Fundraising target: £500
Follow the Seagulls is a long distance, charity trek to help make sure no one has to face a brain tumour alone. It’s your chance to do something truly incredible that matches your passion to help the 60,000 people in the UK who are afraid and alone because of their brain tumour diagnosis.
Join our community to raise funds and awareness as we take on 50 miles, in four locations, over two days, by foot.
We get together for the start on both days and meet up at various points over the weekend, but you will step into the role of navigator on this self-supported walk. There will be trails to stick to, and fellow walkers to join up with, but you’ll have to consult your maps which will be annotated and provided to navigate your way around. Whether you choose to walk alone or as part of a group, we will ensure you have an amazing experience!
Why we walk
“For someone considering this challenge in the future I’d say absolutely do it. Not only was it an epic physical and mental challenge, it was also one of the most humbling and rewarding adventures I’ve been on. It was an incredible achievement and opportunity to truly see the best in people; sharing stories, support and collective goals. As the aches begin to fade, my gratitude for this amazing charity, and the people it has connected me with, just grows stronger and stronger.” – Sammy (2019)
We ask that you raise at least £500 in sponsorship to help brainstrust change the world for the brain tumour community. In return we will provide you with a brainstrust t-shirt, medal, annotated maps, dinner on the Saturday night, as well as constant support from when you register, through to when you get to the finish line. To top it off, you will be presented with a finishers medal as you complete this epic 50 mile challenge.
COVID-19: Please know that measures will be in place to ensure the health, safety and well-being of all participants as we adhere to current government guidance and legislation regarding Coronavirus.