Memory Walk 2013

Memory Walk 2013 | Dalkeith Country Park Edinburgh  | Sat 21st September 2013 Lineup

Dalkeith Country Park, Edinburgh Sat 21st September 2013

Enjoy a gentle 5.6k walk that's suitable for all ages and abilities and help us raise funds for Alzheimer Scotland on World Alzheimer's Day!

 
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Lineup and Details for Memory Walk 2013 on Sat 21st September 2013

Alzheimer Scotland in partnership with Bupa Carehomes invites you to Memory Walk 2013!

Join us for this exciting event where there will be plenty of activities for the whole family to enjoy including face painting, home baking, beautiful scenery, musical entertainment, games and prizes. You can participate by registering for the walk or come along to show your support simply by bringing the kids out for some family fun and fresh air.

To register: phone 0845 260 0789

visit www.alzscot.org/walk2013

email events@alzscot.org

There is a non-refundable registration fee of £5 per walker (under-16s free), this will guarantee you a place at the walk and we will provide you with sponsor forms, fundraising tips and a t-shirt to wear on the day, along with a temporary tattoo for added awareness!

There is no minimum sponsorship target - we are encouraging everyone taking part in the Alzheimer Scotland Memory Walk to try to raise at least £100. All the money raised will be used to support your local services and will continue to make real differences to the lives of people affected by dementia in your community.

If you are unable to walk then why not come along and help support Team Alzheimer Scotland on the day. For more information on volunteering for the Memory Walk just contact us at events@alzscot.org.

Please note: The event information above has been added by the organiser. Whilst we try to ensure all details are up-to-date we do not make any warranty or representation as to the accuracy or completeness of the information shown.

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