Breast Walk Ever Oxfordshire 2019
8 September 2019
county/area: Oxfordshire

Take a walk on the pink side, let’s beat breast cancer together!


Sponsored walk along the beautiful Thames riverside.


Walking South from Abingdon, you will pass through stunning countryside and picturesque villages as you wind your way to a triumphant finish at Beale Park.


Choose from the full marathon, a half marathon or a 10 kilometer walk.


We will provide you with full support including a Breast Walk Ever fundraising pack full of helpful tips for training and fundraising.


You can also purchase a brand new 2019 Breast Walk Ever T-shirt and we will even throw in a free massage at the end to help ease those aches and pains.


All we ask is that each participant sets themselves a target to raise £50 towards our research into the secondary spread of Breast Cancer.




All 3 routes finish at Beale Park - Lower Basildon, Pangbourne, Reading RG8 9NW with transport available from here to your chosen start point in the morning of the walks.





Start (9am): Hales Meadow carpark A415, Abingdon OX14 3NN Half Marathon

Start:(11am): Riverside carpark, Wallingford OX10 8EB 10KM

Start - Goring Village Hall, B4009, Goring, Reading RG8 9AG


Organiser contact details - Richard Martin, 01235 858282,


Max number of entrants - 1000. No early bird offer


Minimum Age - All under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.

Participants must be at least 16 years of age to take part in the full marathon.

No restriction for half and 10km.


Transport provided from Beale Park to your chosen start point before the walk.

Please note - no transport after the event back to any start points.


Event T-shirt available for £10



Adults: 10km – £16.00

Half Marathon – £21.00

Full marathon – £26.00

Concessions 10km – £11

Half Marathon – £14

Full marathon – £18

Children (under 18 on 5th Sept 2019) All distances – £11.00

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PLEASE CHECK with the organiser/venue BEFORE YOU SET OUT to confirm dates, times, facilities etc and to ensure that dogs are allowed.
Remember: some dog shows do not allow pet dogs to attend.

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