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What is a Walk the Walk Virtual Challenge?

Whether you are an absolute beginner to any kind of fitness, or avid walker who is regularly active and looking for different ways to keep motivated, then a virtual challenge is for you!…

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A Happy Christmas to you all...

What an extraordinary year 2020 has been, I really don’t know where to begin…

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Charity marathon Winter Fundraising Ideas!

Raise money for breast cancer charity Walk the Walk by doing something you love... or that's good for you... as you prepare for your charity marathon!

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Fundraising Ideas for the Festive Season

Make this Christmas a wonderful opportunity to increase your fundraising and bring people together.

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Walk the Walk’s £20,000 Emergency Grant to the charity Cancer Support Scotland

Walk the Walk is making emergency grants to frontline cancer charities every month until the end of year and we’re thrilled to be giving our latest grant of £20,000 to Cancer Support Scotland.

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£50,000 granted to Penny Brohn UK for online support services during the pandemic!

Walk the Walk’s grant will ensure these crucial services continue for a further six months, helping around 45,000 clinically vulnerable people and their carers.

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Delicious homemade soups... full of good stuff too!

"Soup is cheap, delicious, nutritious and really easy to make, it is the original – and best – fast food"

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Breast Cancer Now’s Delyth Morgan explains how research projects funded by Walk the Walk make a huge difference

We are delighted to share a message from Baroness Delyth Morgan, Chief Executive of Breast Cancer Now - one of the charities that has benefited from grants made by Walk the Walk, thanks to your support.

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Founder of charity Make 2nds Count Lisa talks about her secondary breast cancer

‘It has infiltrated your brain’. Five words that still make me wince. My mind whirred. That was it. Game over.

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Karen talks about her experience of breast cancer

"The news that I'd need a mastectomy actually came as more of a shock than getting the original news of my breast cancer. No one had ever mentioned the possibility that a lumpectomy might not be enough.

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