A fantastic evening had by all – thank you Squire Patton Boggs and L.K. Bennett!

Just recently Nina and Karen spent a wonderful evening in the company of some very lovely fundraisers. The international law firm Squire Patton Boggs linked up with the designer fashion clothing store L.K. Bennett and together raised a fantastic £1,400 for Walk the Walk.


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Sniffing out breast cancer – thanks to Walk the Walk!

We are delighted to announce that we have recently made a grant to the Medical Detection Dogs charity, to help fund an important pilot study that could help detect breast cancer in its very early stages. The study involves taking a breath sample from women at the time they visit the hospital for their mammograms. The breath samples are then used for research and for training dogs to sniff out breast cancer.


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Fundraising events for Walk the Walk near you!

We love to hear all about your fundraising events and ideas, you really do come up with some amazing ways to fundraise to support our vital breast cancer causes! Fundraising can be such FUN and can really boost your funds! Why not organise one?


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TCS New York City Marathon 2014 – what an adventure!

On October 29th 2014, myself and Jim once again find ourselves heading towards our local train station in Tain starting our Journey from the Scottish Highlands to New York City… we were beside ourselves with excitement and a few nerves thrown in for good measure. We had no idea what to expect. Although New York and The New York Marathon had always been on my Wish list..


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Some amazing ideas on fundraising events….

It all started 14 years ago when I read an article in Health and Fitness Magazine about an event called the Moonwalk. The event started in Battersea with approximately 7000 women some dressed in their bras or bra t shirts and walking 26.2 miles around the streets of London. Well how difficult could this be…..


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