You are invited to join us for our annual Star Trekk sponsored night walk in support of Queenscourt Hospice on Friday the 15th May 2015. This will be the ninth Star Trekk and we do hope that you will join us to raise vital funds for your local hospice.

The starlit stroll around Southport’s streets is used by many of our annual walkers to remember their loved ones and others take part simply to be a part of something really special.

The heart of the walk will this year lead our trekkers past Queenscourt, which will be lit by the Lights of Love. It is not just an opportunity to support a good cause, but also an enjoyable night out filled with entertainment, fun and laughter. New walkers as well as seasoned pros are invited to our pre walk entertainment, the motivating warm up and of course, the walk itself.

The 7 mile walk will start at 9 pm from Pleasureland in Southport. The trekkers can register after 7pm, where they will be welcomed with entertainment and complimentary refreshments to brighten the mood and warm you up before the walk starts.

Our early bird rate of £12 will be available for you, your friends, family and colleagues until the 31st of March. At the start of April the fee will go up to £15. Both fees include the registration, a T-Shirt and medal and refreshments.

Queenscourt cares for people with a life limiting or terminal illness all across Southport, Formby and West Lancashire. We do not just provide free care for our patients, but we also support their families and loved ones.

Last year our trekkers were able to raise an incredible £58,000 to support our work. This and all of our other amazing fundraising events help to raise the £3 million needed in order to run our service helping us to continue to provide our services completely free of charge. All of your fundraising efforts allow us to keep on going, so don’t delay and sign up to take part today!

To be part of this incredible event please call our fundraising team or book online at


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