Walking Events

Afasic walking events - help us to fundraiseChoose your own event
There are many possibilities, but whatever you decide to do, Afasic will support you as much as possible. We will send you an initial pack with sponsor forms, information about Afasic, stickers, training and fundraising advice and tips, and a t-shirt. We are also on hand to help you with training and fundraising advice. Just get in touch to let us know what you are doing.

Please support Afasic; you really can help to make a difference.

Trekfest
Why not take part in one of the charity walking challenges organised by ‘Trekfest’ in the Brecon Beacons and Peak District – with route options including 25km, 50km, 75km, and 100km.

The Brecon Beacons event takes place on the weekend of 4 / 5 June 2016 and the Peak District event is over the weekend of 3 / 4 September. For more information and to register go to:

http://www.trekfest.org.uk/

“What a totally awesome weekend! Thank you everyone at Trekfest for a super time. The whole event was so well organised and although the route was incredibly hard at times, the views were spectacular and the people we met were second to none. Thank you so much for the best weekend for a long time.” (Joanne, Stewart and Vicky).

Thames Bridge Trek
Take on this exciting challenge walking 25km, and going over 16 of London’s Bridges and taking in the sights of London. Saturday 10th September 2016.  Find out more.

Thames Path Challenge:
Across the weekend of 10/11th September 2016, over 4,000 challengers will take on the main Thames Path Challenge. You’ll follow England’s greatest river – which meanders from its source in the Cotswolds to London. There are 25km, 50km, 75km, and 100km options available to choose from. http://www.thamespathchallenge.com/

Long distance footpaths
Try a long distance footpath such as the South Downs Way, the Ridgeway, the Pennine Way, Pembrokeshire Coast Path and many more. For details of the official long distance footpaths you can go to http://www.nationaltrail.co.uk/

Or just ‘do your own thing’ – get a map and go off for a ramble in the countryside!