Spring into action and join our 1-mile Step out for Stroke at The Dunes Leisure Centre in Southport on Wednesday 1 June.
Our route is suitable for all ages and abilities and there will be plenty of stalls and entertainment for the whole family.
- Step out for Stroke t-shirt
- Regular team emails
“Book your place
- Scroll to ‘Book a place’, select your ‘Registration type’ and ‘Quantity’ for the number of entries needed.
- Click ‘Add to basket’, scroll to the top of the page and click on the basket to check your selection before hitting ‘Checkout’ to complete your registration.
- We’ll email you straight away to confirm your booking and welcome you to Team Step Out so check your inbox (and junk mail if necessary), then we’ll be in touch again soon to offer you support with your training and fundraising.
Royal Mail employees wishing to take part, please email us for details of how to sign up.”
What we do
The Stroke Association is a charity. We offer vital support to stroke survivors, their families and carers dealing with the impact of stroke, and fund research into the prevention and treatment of stroke. Together we can conquer stroke.
You can help us make a difference!
How to fundraise
Your entry fee covers the cost of organising this event; it’s your sponsorship money that will mean we can be there to support more people across the UK living with stroke.
Once you’ve booked your place, set up your personalised online fundraising page – it’s free, quick and easy to set up. Visit Justgiving.com, then download a sponsorship form to carry with you, along with other fundraising materials and links to your training plan here.
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