The Beacon Walk of the Black Country which was launched at our 10th Anniversary Dinner at Wolverhampton Racecourse has already received an amazing response and it would be great to see you there on Sunday 19th June.
Beacon presenters have teamed up with the University of Wolverhampton to urge people from across the region to don their walking shoes and walk 10 miles to help raise as much money as possible.
The Walk of the Black Country will start at Himley Hall, Dudley and finish at Wolverhampton Racecourse in Dunstall, Wolverhampton. The event is FREE to enter meaning all the sponsorship money will be going to Promise Dreams.
You can enter at beaconradio.co.uk and get all the information about the walk.
You know all about Promise Dreams but if you have a minute or two, please check out the video here to see why Steve, Don and I care so passionately about our charity.
Matt Ramsbottom the MD at Beacon adds – “we’re really excited about our Walk of the Black Country and hope that lots of people will join us on the day”
Bev Bird our Charity Manager at Promise Dreams said “we’re so pleased to be part of this event and although 10 miles is a challenge, it’s certainly achievable and I’m sure that the crew from Beacon will keep everyone going!”
The lovely Beverley Knight will be there and hopefully so too will Jacqui Graham and her family.
I know that Beacon is over the moon with the amount of people that have already registered and we are all so happy that so many of you have already agreed to be there. It should be a fab day so I am really looking forward to seeing you on the 19th.
If you want to support us but can’t physically make it on the day, I have put a Just Giving page in case anyone wants to commit to sponsoring.