Previous participant's stories

A Walk to Remember is now in its 4th year and so far it has travelled across the UK including Hadrian’s Wall and Pennine Way, Stonehenge to Avebury and through the Chilterns countryside.

We would love to share with you some of our supporter’s stories on why they took part in this incredible challenge:


Lisa Bates (above) completed A Walk to Remember alongside her two sisters in September 2015 across Hadrian’s Wall and Pennine Way whilst their mum was in the midst of her treatment for stage 3c womb cancer:

“My sisters and I took part in The Eve Appeal’s Walk to Remember in 2015, while our mum was in the midst of 10 months of treatment for stage 3c womb cancer. It was an emotional and difficult 26-miles but so worth it! Meeting others affected by gynaecological cancers, and walking side by side, was so integral to our processing of everything she had been through. We finished with an overwhelming sense of pride, gratitude and acceptance, as well as new strength to support her.

“It’s an experience not to be missed; it provides a great physical challenge, beautiful views, time for reflection and an incredible sense of solidarity, whether you have been personally affected by gynaecological cancers or not, and of course a wonderful opportunity to support such an important cause. So grab a loved one or come alone, and walk to remember – you won’t regret it.”

So why not join The Eve Appeal A Walk to Remember through the stunning Cotswolds, this is one incredible challenge you don’t want to miss out on. Sign up today for your place!