The popular charity event Alzheimer’s Society’s Memory Walk is returning to Cassiobury Park on Saturday, September 11.
Residents are invited to lace up their boots and unite against dementia by putting their best foot forward with friends, family and colleagues to raise money for charity.
Becky Gee, Events Media Officer at Alzheimer’s Society said: “Over a year since the pandemic began, people with dementia are still bearing the brunt of coronavirus and demand for Alzheimer’s Society’s services is still increasing. Memory Walk will bring together people who have been personally affected by dementia, those who want to walk to remember a loved one, and people looking for a fun-filled activity to raise money for charity.”
Individuals can sign up free of charge and choose to walk alone or in a group at various locations across the UK, including Cassiobury Park. Walkers will raise important funds to help Alzheimer’s reach more people through vital services, including the Dementia Connect support line, which has been used more than five million times since March 2020.
To sign up for next month’s walk visit alzheimers.org.uk/memorywalk