The Sick Children’s Trust Cambridge Sponsored Walk

Date: Saturday 16 June 2012

Time: 1pm

Location: Milton Country Park, Cambridge

Ticket: £5 registration fee

Come and join The Sick Children’s Trust for their Cambridge Sponsored Walk.

The walk takes you 1.5 miles around the park, through some beautiful scenery. A mixture of woodland, grass and water areas within the park ensures that there will be a wide variety of wildlife present, from towering willows to dancing butterflies. It’s the perfect summer event that all the whole family can take part in.

Registration costs just £5 per person and whatever you can raise in sponsorship will all go towards our campaign to build our new ‘Home from Home’ at the Rosie hospital in Cambridge.
All walkers receive entry into the Garden in the registration fee, an official t-shirt to identify you as a sponsored walker, and refreshments after the walk. Plus all children taking part will be awarded with a medal to show their achievement.

You must be registered to participate with The Sick Children’s Trust.

To register for the walk please click here: or for more information please contact Sophie on 020 7931 8695 or email

Press contact: Sarah Wallace on 020 79318695 or email

About The Sick Children’s Trust

The Sick Children’s Trust is celebrating 30 years of supporting families in need. It was founded in 1982 by two paediatric specialists, Dr Jon Pritchard and Professor James Malpas, who believed that having parents on hand during hospital treatment benefited a child’s recovery.

Today we have seven ‘Homes from Home’ at major hospitals around the country where families can stay free of charge, for as long as they need whilst their child is undergoing treatment. There is a growing demand for our ‘Homes from Home’ as children must increasingly travel long distances to get the specialist treatment they need. In the last 30 years we have supported more than 40,000 families

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