Galloway’s offer 50% discount to famous Morecambe Bay Walk for the first 100 On The Spot News readers to sign up

Southport based sight loss charity, Galloway’s for the Blind, are offering 50% discount on sign up prices to their famous Morecambe Bay Walk for the 1st 100 listeners of On The Spot News who take advantage of this offer.

The walk, led by Queen’s Guide to the Sands, Cedric Robinson MBE, starts in the picturesque village of Arnside and after following the famous guide for around 8 miles, will finish in the quaint village of Kents Bank.

Galloway’s, who have raised over £1million over the years through the famous event, also offer transport to and from the event from central points in the area as well as a t-shirt to walk in and to keep as a souvenir of this “bucket list event”.

Emma Russ, Event Organiser, commented, “The Morecambe Bay Walk is our flagship event and each year sees hundreds of walkers put their best foot forward to help us ensure that nobody in our community has to face the devastation that sight loss can bring alone, or without the right support.

With only two weeks to go, and with the weather significantly improving, we wanted to offer On The Spot News listeners the chance to join us at a discounted price as a small way of thank you for all the wonderful support we receive from our local community. However, we only have 100 discounted places available and can only allocate these on a first come first serve basis. To take advantage of the offer, readers can visit and enter to discount code CrossBay which will discount entry by 50%.

It’s only through events like our Morecambe Bay Walk, donations and legacies that we have been able to offer our services to so many visually impaired people but we know the number of people living with sight loss in the area is dramatically increasing.  Last year, the event raised over £30,000 and went a long way to help continue and improve our services.

For more information about the Galloway’s Morecambe Bay Walk, or any other Galloway’s events or services, please call Emma Russ on 01772 744148 or email


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