for better mental health

The Welsh 1000 Walk

Stepping out for mental heatlh

 

The Welsh 1000 walk is an event with community at its heart. Led by volunteers, a selection of walks will take place over Wales, using the iconic welsh national coastal paths including, the historic Offa's Dyke path and Anglesey.

When
27 April 2019

Registration fee
£10.00

Where
Wales
There are lots of locations to choose from, take a look at our list!

About the event

To be apart of this enjoyable event raising money for a fantastic cause, all you need to do is choose which walk you'd like to take part in, click the link that will take you though to The Welsh 1000 Walk website, complete the registration form, let us know you've registered!

Choose your walk

To register your place on a walk, please select your chosen route and follow the link.

South Wales

Nash Point-Porthcawl: 15 miles: Challenging

Port Eynon-St Madoc: 13 miles: Moderate

Pembrey-Ferryside: 13.6 miles: Moderate

 

Offa's Dyke

Llanymynech-Buttington Cross: 10.7 miles: Easy

Sedbury Cliffs-Goldcliff: 18.4 miles: Challenging

 

Anglesey

Church Bay-Holyhead:14.5 miles: Moderate

Trearddur Bay-Abeffraw: 22.7 miles: Strenuous

How we'll support you

Once you've secured your place in your chosen walk, we will support you from start to finish. Register with us to receive:

  • a fundraising pack
  • sponsorship forms
  • your own mind t-shirt
  • training advice if needed
  • any fundraising materials you need

Any questions?

You might find your answer in our FAQs.

Or you can send us an email using the button below, or give us a call on 0300 999 3887 and we'll be more than happy to help.

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Trekking to recovery - Angela's story

"Although our experiences were all very different, every single person on the trek had been touched in some way by mental health problems. This brought us together in a really special way, and that stayed with us through the whole trip. That willingness to share experiences, and to reach out to someone in need, even if we were struggling ourselves, was just amazing."

Read Angela's story

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Where does the money go?

1 in 4

people in the UK will experience a mental health problem in any given year

118,000

queries answered by our helplines in 2018/19.

15.9m

people accessed our information in 2018/2019

You can find out more about our work in the 2016/17 annual review

and more about our finances in our 2016/17 annual accounts

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