MK Midnight Moo 2019
Saturday, July 13th
Ladies… the Midnight Moo returns on Saturday 13 July 2019! Last year's Moo was incredible and you helped us to raise over 120,000. We would love you to do it again!
NEW FOR THIS YEAR: Choose your route!
Take on our popular 10 mile walk across Milton Keynes OR try our brand new ‘Half-Moo’*. Just over half the distance, but just as much fun! (*total Half Moo route 6.3 miles)
It's all about Disco!
Start thinking of dress up ideas for our fabulous disco themed Moo and book for another amazing night under the stars.
Walking with us will help raise vital funds for Willen Hospice where we need to raise £9 every minute.
Price: £20 to register (plus any sponsorship you raise)
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The event runs from 11:55pm to 4:00am on the following dates.
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