Walk All Over Cancer

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Register your interest today and walk 10,000 steps everyday next March to raise money for Cancer Research UK.

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Thank you for taking on 10,000 steps a day in June to raise money for Cancer Research UK.

Thank you to the thousands of heroes who took 10,000 steps a day throughout June to raise money for Cancer Research UK. We can't thank you enough for all of your fire-powered fundraising efforts, you have raised an incredible amount towards life-saving research.  You can now register your interest and we will tell you when you can sign up to the next Walk All Over Cancer. 

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Based on the average person’s stride it’s 5 miles (or 8 km). You’ll have pelted through 150 miles by the end of the month - about the distance from London to Manchester (Or Paris to Brussels if you want to be all continental).

There are plenty of ways you can hit your daily target - rack up the numbers by walking all or part of your commute, taking the stairs at work, go for a family walk at the weekend, or even giving the dog a month of extra walks.

Don’t panic if you have an off day. You could always make the steps up on a nice weekend walk with the family – or just put in a bit of extra effort and make up the numbers across the next week.

We’ve put together this handy wallchart you can use to keep count of your steps. All you need is a pedometer that will count your steps for you. Your phone will have lots of free apps to track your steps each day or you can buy one from your local gym or running shop.

Doing the distance will make a huge difference to your physical health and how you feel:

  • Even moderate exercise can build stamina, burn excess calories, give you a healthier heart and protect you against a range of diseases including cancer.

  • Walking is a great way to stay fit - an average 45 year old weighing 11 stone will burn 400 calories with 10,000 steps of brisk walking.

  • However you decide to get active, it’s also a surefire way to make you feel like a winner. As well as causing mood-lifting chemical changes in the brain, you’ll enjoy a sense of greater self-esteem, self-control and the ability to rise to a challenge.

Once you’re signed up, there are plenty of great ways to fundraise:

  • Share your Online Fundraising page with friends and family via email, Facebook or Twitter to let them know you are taking on the Walk All Over Cancer challenge.  
  • Encourage your mates to sign up and create a dream team! Agreeing some forfeits in advance for the lowest stepping team mate could spice things up.
  • What’s your company prepared to donate to their new happier, healthier employee? See if they’ll match the funds that you raise or make a donation.
  • Check out our Fundraising Hub for more tools and ideas