Reading Memory Walk, King's Meadows

Date: Sunday 01 October 2017

Walk Details

Arrive from:
10am
Walk starts:
11am
Meeting point:

On the lawn behind the small car park.
Napier Rd, Reading, RG1 8DF

Walk distance:
2km or 7km
Facilities:
  • suitable for wheelchair users
  • refreshments
  • toilets
  • Dogs are welcome
  • pushchairs

With every step you will help change the lives of people affected by dementia – now and in the future. Register yourself or a team, and start fundraising today!

Register for this Memory Walk

Why we ask for your email address:

We ask for your email address so we can update you on Memory Walk and share fundraising hints and tips. To register online you will need to provide an email address. If you do not have an email address please call us on 0300 330 5452 to register over the phone.

The wonderful people of Reading have so far raised £18,584

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Registration will close Thursday 28th September 2017 and you will not be able to register at the event. So sign up now and get your team members to do so too!

What to expect on the day

The short and long route start together at King's Meadow, with the short route accessible to wheelchairs. The long route continues for a 6.5km route which goes along grassy fields and woodland paths (so is not accessible to wheelchairs). There are also a few shallow steps. Please note that routes and distances are subject to change.   

Look out for cyclists when on the walk as the route follows public pathways.

How to get there

There is no specific event parking. Please use city parking and public transport - Reading train station is a 10 minute walk away. Hills Meadow pay-and-display car park is a short walk from the event site (George Street, RG4 8DH). 

Registration will close Thursday 28th September 2017 and you will not be able to register at the event. So sign up now and get your team members to do so too!

Crowd of people taking part in a Memory Walk