The virtual Great British Dog Walk

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28 August – 24 October 

Walk your chosen distance with (or without) your dog and raise vital funds to help deaf people leave loneliness behind. It’s fun, it’s a challenge – it's the Virtual Great British Dog Walk!

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Where?

Take on your walking challenge,
wherever you like

When?

Anytime between 28 August
and 24 October

Price?

£10 per walker, includes a
free dog bandana!

Goodies?

Dog bandana, walker certificate and
free activity pack to take on your walk


Supported by Specsavers audiologists


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What is the Virtual Great British Dog Walk?

The Great British Dog Walk is back, and we have lots of sponsored walks taking place in beautiful locations across the UK. However, for people who don’t live near one of the walks, and who may not wish to travel, we have organised a ‘Virtual’ version that you can do anywhere, anytime.

Here’s how it works:

  1. Choose a walking route and distance that suits you – pretty country lanes, autumnal woodland, wide open spaces, whatever you like
  2. Choose your walking buddies – four-legged friends, friends and family, or even a solo challenge - whichever you choose, you'll be changing the lives of deaf people

  3. Pick a date between Saturday 28 August and Sunday 24 October (you can walk as many days as you like between those dates too)

When you sign up you will receive...

A free Great British Dog Walker bandana for your dog, a downloadable walker certificate, and a free activity pack (available for both children and adults)

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Get sponsored and let us say thank you!

We love our fundraising superstars! Could you be one? If you choose to get sponsored for your walk here’s what we’ll send you in return:

If you kindly choose to raise sponsorship, and raise £25 or more, we will send you one of these fantastic rewards. Thank you.

When you walk, you help people like Jocelyne… 

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My hearing dog Kennedy does so much more than alert me to sounds. He gives me great confidence and independence, not only at home but also out and about, and he brings me so much happiness. He truly is a life-changer!
– Jocelyne and Kennedy 

 

Please take part in the Great British Dog Walk and help more deaf people like Jocelyne to leave loneliness behind. 


Supported by Specsavers audiologists


Please ensure you are following any Government advice when completing your walk.