Mini-moo Scooterthon 2019
Sunday, May 19th
Venue: Willen Lake North
Get your scoot-on at our Mini-Moo Scooterthon on Sunday 19 May!
Our Mini-Moo Scooterthon is back! Get the kids together and join us for a whiz around Willen Lake North.
When: Sunday 19 May
Where: Willen Hospice (lake side), Milton Road, Willen Village, Milton Keynes, MK15 9AB. If you are driving there is free parking a short walk away at Willen Pavilion (please use Sat Nav, MK15 9JP)
Age: 3 to 11 year olds
Entry cost: £10 per child – additional sponsorship is welcomed
Routes: One lap around the North Lake (one mile) OR two laps (two miles)
Start time: Meet at 10am, set off at 10.30am
Stampable event: Bring along your Willen Hospice Fundraising Passport to get a stamp
Florence the Cow and other local mascots will be there to cheer the kids on as they race around the course. We’ll also have medals and goodies for everyone taking part – plus special prizes for any children who raise £100 or more for Willen Hospice.
Why not get your friends and family to sponsor your Scooterthon?
Price: £10 per child
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