Woof Walkies Dundee
Join us to help raise funds to beat cancer sooner!
By registering for this event, you confirm that you have read and agree to the event rules.
This event is organised by a supporter on behalf of Cancer Research UK with the assistance of Cancer Research UK staff. All questions about the event should be directed to the event organiser directly
About this event:
Get ready for a furry family fun day out, Woof Walkies Dundee is here! On Sunday 1st May 2022, let your dog take the lead and help beat cancer.
On the day:
We recommend a 5K doggy walk, at a time and place of your choice. As this is a virtual event, Woof Walkies Dundee aims to unite dog lovers, friends and families to come together, and have some fun, all while raising vital funds for life-saving research. So whether you choose your pup's favourite park, a scenic local landmark, or laps around your garden, Woof Walkies Dundee is a fun event for all that you can take part in no matter where you are. So don't delay sign up today!
The Relay For Life Dundee Committee will be completing their own Woof Walkies Dundee walk by going out in for a leisurely doggy walk, at Baxter Park in Dundee on Sunday 1st May. ‘We will be starting our walk, with our four-legged best friends, at Baxter Park at 11.00am at the Pavilion, and you are most welcome to join us.’
Entry is a £5 donation to Cancer Research UK. Once registered you will also be set up with your very own fundraising page that you can personalise and share! This event is being organised by the Relay For Life Dundee Committee, and we would love for you to visit our dedicated Facebook page (@Relay For Life, Dundee) in order to stay up to date our Woof Walkies fundraisers and four-legged hero's, as well as finding out about our other special fundraising events on behalf of Cancer Research UK.
Together we will beat cancer.
**IMPORTANT** Participants taking part should do so safely and in full accordance with all government guidance. Please refer to the latest guidance here: https://www.gov.scot/coronavirus-covid-19/