Join the Walk
Join the 14th Mouth Cancer 10 KM Awareness Walk to raise awareness in order to save and improve the lives of all head and neck cancer patients.
The hugely popular FREE annual 10 KM sponsored walk takes place on Saturday 28th September 2019 in Hyde Park, London; at 12:00 noon. Participants should arrive at 11:00.
The walk is open to everyone, including dogs, of any age and ability. On the day participants will receive a participant bib and t-shirt for the walk as well as a medal and goodie bag, at the end, with lots of exciting freebies.
2019 promises to be the most successful walk to date. To participate please register online by completing the form as soon as possible so that we can send you further information in time for the event.
There are also prizes for the participants who raise the most money. See our fundraising page for further information.
The Mouth Cancer 10 KM Awareness Walk on Saturday 28th September 2019 will start at 12:00 noon at the Bandstand in Hyde Park, London. See map.
Participants should arrive at 11am. We suggest you bring a light packed lunch and re-usable water bottle (ideally not plastic) to have with you on the walk.
The Walk will be taking place in September so dress appropriately for the weather. Hopefully, the sun will be out; however it is advisable to bring a rain coat and/or umbrella just in case.
There is limited parking around Hyde Park. Anyone who drives into the park will have to pay and display so it is best to arrive at the 10 KM sponsored walk by public transport.
The Mouth Cancer 10 KM Awareness Walk will be 1 x 10 KM lap of Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens. Everyone is invited to participate and walk as far as they can. We hope most if not all walkers will be able to complete the route, however, this is not essential as the aim is to simply raise awareness of mouth cancer on the day.
All participants will receive a medal for their achievement. See our Prizes page for details.
This programme has been designed for those of you that are already fit. It is based on distance and is aimed at building your endurance levels. By the end of this 10 week programme you will be walking up to 10 kms at least three times a week, which will put you in good stead to comfortably be able to complete the event without any problems.
The aim of stretching is to gently lengthen muscles before and after exercise, and to improve tissue flexibility. If done correctly, stretching will help prevent injuries and increase athletic performance. This section includes tips for stretching and a stretching programme for you to follow.