Relay For Life Dalgety Bay is organising a St Andrew’s Day 5K Virtual Twilight Walk in a bid to raise money for Cancer Research UK.
The committee are asking for people to walk 5k over the last weekend in November or on Monday 30th November to celebrate St Andrew’s Day. The cost of entry is £10 for Adult and £5 for children and all participants will receive a virtual medal to celebrate their completion of the walk.
The walk will take place in line with Government Guidance around social distancing so participants can complete their 5k their own way and post a photo on the Relay For Life Dalgety Bay Facebook page
Niamh Crawford Cancer Research UK’s Senior Local Fundraising Manager said: “The Relay For Life Dalgety Bay Committee are an absolute inspiration and we can’t thank them enough for their commitment to helping Cancer Research UK beat cancer. It is a fantastic way to celebrate St Andrew’s Day while helping to beat cancer sooner. All money raised will be used to fund life-saving research at the Cancer Research UK Edinburgh Centre.
“One in two people in the UK will be diagnosed with cancer at some stage in their lives, but the good news is more people are surviving the disease now than ever before. Cancer survival in the UK has doubled since the early 1970s and Cancer Research UK’s work has been at the heart of that progress. However, we have only been able to achieve this thanks to the dedication and generosity of volunteers and supporters like Relay For Life Dalgety bay without whom we would not be able to fund outstanding scientists, doctors and nurses.”
To save lives tomorrow, we need your support today, you can sign up for the St Andrew’s Day 5K Twilight Walk at the website link above.
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