Watford Memory Walk, Cassiobury Park

Date: Saturday 15 September 2018

Walk Details

Arrive from:
Walk starts:
Meeting point:

The main field near the children's play park

Walk distance:
3.5km or 9km
  • 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 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.

Join us at Cassiobury Park for the Watford Memory Walk. Both routes explore this beautiful, popular park which comprises of over 190 acres of green space. The long route also visits the ancient Whippendell Woods, home to diverse habitats and a designated Site of Special Scientific Interest.

Register yourself or a team today and join thousands of others to walk for a world without dementia!

Registration will close Thursday 13th September 2018 and you will not be able to register at the event. So sign up now and get your team members to do so too!

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What to expect on the day

The event site is on grass, with both the short and long routes following paths within the park. Both routes take in the sights and sounds of Cassiobury Park, famous for its tree lined avenues, nature reserve and rustic bridge. The long route also explores the woodland paths and hills of Whippendell Woods.

How to get there

There is very limited parking available at Cassiobury Park and we advise using local car parks and public transport where possible. The park is located a 2 minute walk from Watford tube station, and just over a mile from Watford Junction overgound station. There are also various bus routes that service the park.

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