Mayor’s Walk in aid of Cornwall Hospice Care

The Hayle Walk is organised by Cornwall Hospice Care and supported by the Mayor and Hayle Town Council.  This year it takes place on Sunday 9 September 2018 between 1.30pm and 7pm.

It is a sponsored walk open to everyone including their dogs. Walkers can choose between a 2 mile walk (which includes the King George V Memorial Walk and is suitable for all ages and abilities, including mobility scooters) and a 5 mile walk which includes some coastal footpath and inclines.

The 5 mile route commences at 2.30pm (sign-in open from 1.30pm)
The 2 mile route commences at 3.30pm (sign-in open from 2.30pm)

Sign-In for the walk on the day takes place by Hayle Swimming Pool.  Water will be provided en-route and there will be refreshments provided at the end of the walk.

To register for this event please download the registration form by clicking the following link: 


Registration is free, although walkers are encouraged to raise some sponsorship which will go directly to help fund Cornwall Hospice Care’s specialist round-the-clock care for patients with terminal illnesses.

Complete your form and forward to Cornwall Hospice Care at the address on the bottom of the form.  Once your registration has been received, they will send you a walkers information pack which includes:

1. A route map (either 5 mile walk or 2 mile walk depending on which you have registered for)
2. Cornwall Hospice Care Sponsor Forms
3. A letter from Cornwall Hospice Care giving more detailed information about the event, including timings on the day

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