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Heels on fire...get ready to boogie woogie your way to The London MoonWalk 2014. Thousands of Walkers will be choosing to Power Walk either a Half Marathon (Half Moon 13.1 miles) or a Full Marathon (Full Moon) distance to not only complete a personal goal but to also raise money and make a real difference towards our vital breast cancer causes.
Walk the Walk we will supply you with all you need to prepare and enjoy this unique challenge, and as always everybody will be wearing the trademark decorated bra. This year you can jack up your look and be transported back to a time of leopard print and poodles, pony tails and pompadour, and amongst all the trainers, maybe even some Blue Suede Shoes! Become a Rockabilly Bombshell (and that includes the boys!) and join us at our new venue on Clapham Common 10th May 2014,
There are 3 ways that you can enter, each methods has its own allocation of places.....
1: Enter online – available from this website...but don’t wait these go fast!
2: Download an Entry Form or Send in an SAE to receive a Printed Entry Form - both of these options are now available
Hi I just wanted to share my experience of the London Moonwalk 2013. Last year I thought it would be a fabulous idea to complete the walk with my sister, nieces, lovely Daughter in Law and special friends.
We did have a fantastic time and although exhausted and in considerable pain we managed to laugh lots and loved the whole experience.I really was tired but put this down to completing the moonwalk and jet lag as I had only just arrived from Sydney a few days before I also had a real bad cold which didn't improve on my return home to Australia I blamed being stuck in an aeroplane for 24 hours.
I don't know why but after being part of the moonwalk and listening to all those amazing women I decided to have my routine 2 yearly mammogram 6 months early.I had no symptoms , no changes in the breast just something telling me to do it. I am sure you can all guess what happened next I was diagnosed with breast cancer and in the last few weeks have had surgery and tomorrow start chemotherapy which will be followed up by radiotherapy the prognosis is good.
I am nervous but feel incredibly supported and most of all loved by my wonderful family and friends.
I truly believe that the Moonwalk has probably saved my life.
Thanks again Helen xx" Helen writes
Looking for help with fundraising, ideas, information etc then just ask Polla!More...: Walker Support
Are you a first time walker and seeking motivation or just a chat whilst training? There may just be a 'Walk the Walker' looking for a Walking Pal near you...More...: Walking Pals
Make the world your fundraising oyster and follow these quick and easy steps to fundraising online!More...: Online fundraising
A fantastic free app that helps with training and fundraising! Why not take a look?More...: WTW App
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