Join Mind on the Wall guided Fundraising Walk.
Have a great day out on Saturday 10th July and help us raise funds to support our local mental health services.
Tyneside and Northumberland Mind, working with Northumberland National Park, are organising an 8-mile circular walk along Hadrian’s Wall on Saturday 10th July between 10.30am and 4pm to raise funds for Tyneside and Northumberland Mind's local mental health services. The walk will abide by whatever socially distancing regulations are in place and will be managed by Tyneside and Northumberland Mind and Northumberland National Park staff and volunteers throughout.
• Adults: £20
• Children: £10 >> Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Please contact us to book your child ticket at firstname.lastname@example.org
The entry fee covers the cost of your T-shirt and refreshments.
We would really appreciate it if you could raise as much as you can through sponsorship, create your own Justgiving page on our Mind on the Wall Campaign Page
The additional money you raise will enable us to provide local mental health services and raise awareness of mental health throughout our region:
• Tyneside and Northumberland Mind provide mental health services throughout our region, providing support for people with mental ill-health.
• 1 in 4 people experience a mental health problem. We need to raise funds to ensure no one in our region suffers a mental health problem alone.
Above all we want people to get outdoors and just enjoy the mental health benefits of walking and being in an area rich in history, beautiful landscapes and stunning views. It is a great place to meet people and start a conversation.
Let yourself be inspired on one of the UK's top walks.
Mind on the Wall Walk Day and Route
What to expect on the day:
• Welcome and Meet our Walk Guides at The Sill, register and pick up your walk t-shirt and route instructions.
• You will join an 8-mile circular guided walk, incorporating Hadrian’s Wall, Sycamore Gap and stunning Northumberland landscape, with rest and picnic stops.
• The experienced Northumberland National Park walk guides will provide information throughout, about this fantastic landscape.
• Opportunities to chat with fellow walkers and staff and volunteers from both Tyneside and Northumberland Mind and Northumberland National Park.
• Finish at Northumberland National Park's The Sill at Once Brewed, for tea and cake and a chance to chat in the Sills's private function room.
• Discount vouchers for The Sill's shop and a chance to explore The Sill National Landscape Discovery Centre.
Well behaved dogs will be welcome but must be kept on leads at all times and are unable to be taken into the Sill building, however, there is safe tie-up points and water outside the building for dogs.
Book early to secure your place. We are looking forward to sharing this walk with you, enjoying the freedom and beauty of the Northumberland countryside and the knowledge of the Northumberland National Park walk guides whilst fundraising for local mental health services.