Walk the Wye
Can we break last year's record turn out for this year's walk and increase the sponsorship to support Breast Cancer Research at the Velindre Hospital. Please join the walk, raise sponsorship and help beat Breast Cancer
Walk The Wye is an annual sponsored walk, along the banks of the River Wye, and organised by the Rotary clubs of Monmouth, Chepstow and Ross on Wye.
Raising funds for breast cancer research.
The next “Walk The Wye” event has been rescheduled for Sunday 27th September 2020.
“WALK THE WYE 2020” will have a NEW socially distanced format
Because of social distancing regulations, we are unable to take walkers to the start of their chosen walk by bus. As a result, we have developed 4 new walks, which each start and finish at Monmouth Show Ground. Distances vary from 3 miles up to 13 miles. The walks are circular, with the starts and finishes at Monmouth Show Ground.
Full details, including entry forms, are on the website below
Choose a walk. Invite your friends to join you, and have a great day out in the beautiful Wye valley, whilst raising money for breast cancer research.
The 2020 “Walk The Wye” event will be the twelfth consecutive year that it has been organised, raising money for breast cancer research, and other charities supported by the Rotary Clubs of Monmouth, Ross on Wye and Chepstow. (75% of the total raised will go to the Velindre Cancer Centre at Cardiff and 25% to other charitable causes supported by the Rotary clubs of Monmouth, Chepstow and Ross on Wye)
We all know somebody who has been touched by breast cancer; either directly or through a relative or friend or work colleague. Progress is being made but much more research is needed in order to find a cure for this dreadful disease. Please help us raise funds to further the research
The 2019 walk was a great success with a record 378 walkers taking part, and raising almost £13,000 for charity. This takes the total raised for breast cancer research, over 10 years, by the “Walk The Wye” event to nearly £110,000. We are hoping to take the total over £120,000 in 2020.