Breast Walk Ever

Two walks with 3 distance options in 2024. Breast Walk Ever Hampshire takes place on Sunday 12th of May, just outside Winchester. Whilst our Oxfordshire walk in Wallingford is on Sunday 15th September.

Breast Walk Ever Hampshire, May 12 2024

Start and finish in the rural grounds of the IBM Hursley Club where you will find free on-site parking, refreshments and toilets.

Each route option takes in the stunning Monarchs Way where you can follow in the footsteps of King Charles after his escape from Worcester in 1651. The Half marathon will take you also on to the Clarendon & Itchen Way as well as a short section on the Pilgrims way.  Enjoy the outskirts of picturesque Winchester and some lovely riverside trails along to St Catherine’s Hill. Should you want to take on the marathon you will be rewarded with terrific views over the South Downs too from the South Downs Way.


Breast Walk Ever Oxfordshire, September 15 2024

Three beautiful routes along the banks of the River Thames, starting and finishing in the historic market town of Wallingford. Breast Walk Ever Oxfordshire is certainly a flatter option than our Hampshire walk but no less beautiful. Pass through the quaint villages of North Stoke on the 10K as well as Moulsford and the charming town of Goring-on-Thames for those doing the half. Take on the marathon challenge to experience the picturesque Hardwick Estate and the Chiltern Way Extension too.

Each walk is suitable for everyone with the right preparation. Walk with family, friends or colleagues and don’t forget to bring your four legged friends too!

Marathon walks start at 8am, half marathons start at 9.30am and the 10K routes commence at 11am. 

Why not join us for a beautiful walk through some of the UKs most idyllic countryside and help raise vital funds for life-saving breast cancer research into secondary spread, the main cause of breast cancer related deaths.

“I plan to keep walking so that I can continue to raise money for Against Breast Cancer. I long for the day when we conquer this problem and a vaccination can be found to protect women like my daughters and granddaughters.”

Diaged 73