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Welcome to Walk the Walk’s Media Section, where you can find all our latest Press Releases and information about the charity! We have a large selection of inspiring case studies available for the Media, with Walk the Walk’s Founder and Chief Executive Nina Barough CBE also available for interview as a Power Walking expert. For all press enquiries, please contact Sally, Jen or Claire on 01483 741430. 

Walker Press Release  

Thank you for signing up to take part in The MoonWalk London 2019! Now you can get in touch with your local press and tell them all about your fantastic challenge! Just download the press release below, fill in the gaps and send it off. 

Please get in touch if you need any help or guidance, or if you would like contact details of your local media.    

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High Resolution images from previous events can be provided to the Media on request. See below for examples 

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PRESS RELEASE: What a night for Breast Cancer Awareness Month!

04th October 2017

Local dignitaries, including The Mayor and Mayoress of Woking, Councillor Graham Cundy and Mrs Sarah Cundy, as well as Jonathan Lord, MP for Woking, were amongst the guests showing their support for Woking-based breast cancer charity Walk the Walk last night (Tuesday 3rd October).

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Press Release - An empowering morning - Men Get Breast Cancer Too!

03rd October 2017

To raise awareness and encourage men to check themselves regularly, six men who have had breast cancer were brought together in London on Tuesday 3rd October by Walk the Walk. It is believed to be the largest group of men who have had breast cancer, to have gathered in the UK. Some of the men had never met another male breast cancer patient before and shared their incredible stories for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

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Press Release- Men get breast cancer too!

03rd October 2017

Three hundred and fifty* men a year are diagnosed with breast cancer in the UK and 80* men die of the disease. However, a new survey published by breast cancer charity Walk the Walk, and carried out by YouGov, shows that while 82% of British men are aware they can get breast cancer, 54% of men have never checked their breasts for symptoms of the disease.

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How to get involved further

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