Name: Midnight Memory Walk 2018
Date: 23 Jun 2018
Location: Oastler Building, University of Huddersfield, HD1 3DH
Midnight Memory Walk 2018
Join us at the University of Huddersfield on Saturday 23rd June for a night to remember as we lace up to walk in memory of a loved one.
The Midnight Memory Walk is back for 2018!
Last year, over 1,200 people laced up to walk in memory of loved one. This year’s Midnight Memory Walk will be bigger and better than ever.
Starting at the University of Huddersfield, we’ll be ramping up the fun in 2018, with live performances and entertainment from Pulse radio starting at 9.30pm.
An electric atmosphere awaits you as fellow supporters come together for Kirkwood’s biggest fundraising event of the year.
Whether you walk the 6 or 10 mile course in memory of a loved one, to get fit or to raise vital funds for your local hospice, you’ll be surrounded by friends at this truly unique event.
So what are you waiting for, dust off your boots and join us this June as we walk through the night for Kirkwood.
To register online, simply click the 'Sign up' button.
If you would like to register for this year's walk, but don't want to do it online, you can sign up over the phone by calling our Fundraising team on: 01484 557911
You can also pick up a registration form at any of our shops across Kirklees or from the Hospice itself and send it back to us. Click here to find your closest Kirkwood shop.
Standard Prices: Adults £17, Children (16 and under) £10, Dogs £5
Registration for this year's walk closes at Midnight on Sunday 17th June.
Event sponsored by:
We are Syngenta, local people making products for a global market, contributing to the local economy by way of jobs, apprenticeships and trade. We’re doing our bit to create a sustainable future and we are a proud supporter of Kirkwood Hospice and the work they do.
The World’s population is predicted to reach 9 billion by the year 2050. Where will the food come from? Syngenta is a world leading crop science company, dedicated to bringing plant potential to life. Our award winning team in Huddersfield has an important role to play; making products which help farmers all over the world grow higher yields from their crops; fighting disease, pests and weeds, providing greater availability of quality food and lower costs for consumers.
Up to 80% of our Huddersfield workforce lives in Kirklees and we shall continue to recruit locally for years to come. As local people, we’ll keep doing our bit towards creating a sustainable future and continue our support for Kirkwood Hospice.