Woking & Sam Beare Hospice and Wellbeing Care have a brand new fundraising event for 2021, the Hospice Woodland Walk supported by McLaren Group
The family friendly fundraising event takes place on Sunday 17th October and starts and finishes at the Event Village which will be based at the McLaren Technology Centre.
Open to everyone looking for a fun day out as a family or for avid walking groups/individuals there is a 5 mile or 10 mile route option and all participants will receive a unique Woodland Walk Medal.
The Hospice Woodland Walk is set against the beautiful backdrop of wooded and wetland areas that takes you from McLaren Park, across Fairoaks Airport, to Heather farm and onto Horsell Common and there’s a Nature Trail along the way for the younger and older walkers to enjoy and raise money for Hospice care.
“We are so pleased to be able to share the news of the Hospice Woodland Walk with our local community, it has been planned with staggered start times to ensure the event is COVID safe and something all the family can take part in and enjoy” Phil Wormley Director of Fundraising “We would also like to say a huge thank you to Trident Honda for their continued support and their generous and much valued sponsorship of our events. It is fantastic to be able to work with them on an event which will enable us to raise vital funds for the charity”.
Richard Roberts, Managing Director of Trident Honda said, “We are absolutely delighted to be able to support the hospice again in the delivery of outside events after the lockdown that put a stop to them over night”.
We also want to thank the McLaren Group for sponsoring the event and allowing us to set up our Event Village at the McLaren Technology Centre.
Registration is open click here to choose your distance of 5 miles or 10 miles and request your start time. We are encouraging walkers to register as soon as possible to guarantee their place and help us ensure the safeguarding all participants.
Adults £15, Children £5 (if under 16 must be accompanied by an adult), under 5’s go free
Special thanks to the Horsell Preservation Society and Fairoaks Airport for their part in helping with this community fundraising event.
Please note this event does not include access to the McLaren Technology Centre.