Willen Hospice Men's Midday Moo
Saturday, June 22nd
You’ve asked for a chance to walk for us, and here it is, our brand new Men’s Midday Moo on Saturday 22 June.
Show your swagger as you walk seven miles with us between the Hospice and MK Rugby Club, all to raise funds for Willen Hospice.
Dress up or come as you are – it’s open to everyone. And with two watering holes along the route, you can enjoy a pint as you go!
The walk starts from the Willen Hospice gardens, meeting at 11am for a midday start, and finishes at the Rugby Club where the fantastic The BFF (The Big Food Festival) will be in full mouthwatering swing! This is where you'll receive your finishers T-shirt over a drink.
All funds you raise will go directly to Willen Hospice.
Price: £20 to register (plus any sponsorship you raise)
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The event runs from 12:00pm to 3:00pm on the following dates.
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