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The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity is once again joining forces with Liverpool Unites for Alder Hey to organise the second Mersey Walk of Hope and you’re invited! Join over a thousand people as we walk to raise money for two of the region’s best loved hospitals. Anyone can take part in this moonlit walk along the world-famous Liverpool waterfront, with a choice of 5k or 10k route.
Look out for the Juice
FM stage and Leanne from Juice FM Breakfast. With live music and fire-eaters
entertaining you at the start and a delicious hog-roast to welcome you across
the finish line, this year’s event will be even bigger and better than
The money raised from the Mersey Walk of Hope will help thousands of cancer patients and children at both The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity and Alder Hey’s Children’s Hospital, funding some of the life-changing appeals that make both hospitals so special in people’s hearts.
Register now for the 5k and 10k moonlit walk click here http://www.clatterbridgecc.org.uk/events/booking or call the Events Team on 0151 482 7948
The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity is the only charity raising money to directly benefit Clatterbridge cancer patients and their families across the region. The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre is dedicated to providing outstanding cancer care to around 27,000 patients each year at centres in Wirral, satellite radiotherapy centre in Liverpool and a network of chemotherapy units across Merseyside, Cheshire and Lancashire.
The money raised helps Clatterbridge to offer the most up to date treatment, support vital research, treat patients with world class equipment and provide life changing support services that would otherwise be unavailable.
Liverpool Unites, the official charity of the Liverpool ECHO and Post, has a new fundraising target of raising £500,000 for Alder Hey Children’s Hospital. All money raised will be used to build the play areas in the New Children’s Health Park which is due to be completed in 2014. Liverpool Unites symbolises how the city can come together to help those in need, and the charity is now ready to take on a new challenge that will help children across the whole region. It will dedicate its fundraising efforts offer the coming years, until the target is reached, to raise money for these essential facilities at Alder Hey.