Walk for Treloar’s 2022 – Just one week to go
It’s not too late to sign up for Walk for Treloar’s and raise funds to support disabled children and young people.
Our annual walking event, Walk for Treloar’s, will take place on Saturday 7th May! Why not come and join us?
Starting at Treloar’s in Alton, there’s a choice of four routes available for all!
• Accessible circular route around the campus
• 2 mile circular family route
• 5 mile or 11 mile circular routes taking in some of the wonderful viewpoints around the Six Hills of Alton
If you cannot join in on the day, why not sign up to take part virtually and walk a route of your choice somewhere special to you?
All participants will receive a FREE Walk for Treloar’s water bottle and t-shirt and a fundraising pack full of useful tips – so don’t delay.
Four legged friends are more than welcome to join the walk, all we ask is that they are kept on a lead at all times and that owners make sure to pick up any mess along the route.
Last year over 75 walkers stepped out and joined patron Alan Titchmarsh MBE over the Easter Weekend raising a grand total of over £10,000. “You never walk alone when you walk for Treloar’s” says Alan, something we are delighted to agree with thanks to the generosity of local company ILS Case Management, who are kindly sponsoring Walk for Treloar’s this year.
To sign up, simply head to our Events page and pay your £5 registration fee. Participants are asked to pledge to raise £50 to support us if fundraising as an individual, or £75 if fundraising as a household, to support Treloar’s.
Once you have signed up, you’ll receive a digital event information pack from our fundraising team followed by your very own Walk for Treloar’s water bottle and t-shirt to wear on your walk.
Whatever distance you decide to do, you’ll be making a difference for our young people today. Your £50 could fund an Assistive Technology daily wheelchair repair session for a week – helping to keep our students mobile and independent.
With your support, we can help every single one of our young people have the opportunity to explore and achieve much more than they or their parents would ever have imagined possible.