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12th February

Lantern Walk 2022

A large stately home, Croome Court, is illuminated with pink and purple light. The light reflects onto the lake in front of the house. The sky is dark.
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Lantern Walk

Saturday 12th February 2022, 4:30 – 7:30pm

Join us at dusk to walk a beautiful 1.5-mile route around the grounds of National Trust Croome, and help us light up the night sky in the run-up to Valentine’s Day.

Whether you’re joining us to remember a loved one or just to enjoy the picturesque setting of Croome, the evening is set to be a magical experience for all. All participants over the age of five will receive a lantern and LED candle to carry, lighting up the parkland of Croome as we make our way around the route in procession.

We encourage all participants to fundraise as much as possible, it is the additional money raised through sponsorship and donations that makes a huge difference to the individuals and families we support and care for.

There is no minimum sponsorship or donation amount, any money raised is greatly appreciated.

Book your place by clicking the button below.

If you have any further questions, please contact Kelly Johns at or phone 01905 958262.

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Lantern Walk 2022 - Frequently Asked Questions

  • What will the terrain be like?
  • The route is generally on flat terrain with gravel or tarmac paths.

    There is a slight decline at the beginning of the route and a slight incline at the end of the route.

  • What are my parking options at the event?
  • Free parking is available at the venue however space are limited so please do car share where possible.

  • What is the walking route?
  • 1.5-mile route around the picturesque National Trust Croome parkland.

  • What age do I need to be to participate?
  • People of all ages are able to participate in this event.

    All 16 year old’s and under will need to be accompanied by an adult.

  • Are the routes wheelchair friendly?
  • Yes, the route is wheelchair friendly, but we would advise pre-booking one of the National Trust free mobility scooters.

    The route does have some small hills and can be muddy so use of the mobility scooters would make the route easier to manage.

  • Are dogs allowed?
  • Yes, but they will need to be kept on a lead at all times and they must be well-behaved.

    Dog owners must be responsible and clean up after their dog.

  • Will there be marshals along the route?
  • Yes, there will be marshals positioned in certain places along the route in high visibility jackets.

  • Can I register on the day?
  • No, please register online beforehand.

  • What do I need to take with me on the day?
    • A bottle of water
    • Warm clothing
    • A torch/head torch
  • Health and Safety Tips
    • Wear suitable and comfortable walking clothing
    • Wrap up warm! It’s likely to be quite cold so make sure you have plenty of layers including hats, gloves and scarfs
    • Wear trainers, wellies or walking shoes
    • Bring a waterproof (breathable recommended) – after all it is England!

    Although lanterns are provided for the walk lighting is limited so we would ask you to bring a torch or a head torch along with you if you’d feel more comfortable.

  • Do I need to ‘check in’ on the day?
  • Yes, before starting the walk, you will need to ‘check in’ on arrival.

    You will then be issued with your lantern and LED candle.

  • Is there first aid available?
  • Yes, we will have fully trained first aiders on site.

  • Can I participate if I am pregnant or have any health issues?
  • If you are pregnant or have any health issues, we recommend you consult your doctor before attempting a sponsored walk, like the Lantern Walk or if you are unsure of any health issues.

    Although we try and make the event as safe as possible there is always the possibility of unforeseeable incidents such as twisted ankles etc.

  • What's the refund policy?
  • This event is non-refundable, non- transferable. However, St Richard’s reserve the right to give a refund in exceptional circumstances at their discretion.

    Should the event be affected due to Covid-19 we will look to re-schedule or refund participants.

  • Will I hear from St Richard’s before the walk?
  • Yes, we will email you some final reminders prior to the walk.

  • Do I need to raise money for St Richard's Hospice?
  • The money from the event registration covers the cost of hosting the event, but it is the money raised through sponsorship that makes a difference to our patients and families. We ask you to please pledge to raise as much as possible or more to help fund our free care.

    Hospice care is free – make your donation count:

    • £11.02 could pay for a Hospice at Home Healthcare Assistant for an hour
    • £66.56 could pay for a Healthcare Assistant in IPU for a day
    • £82.67 could pay for a Hospice at Home Healthcare Assistant for a day
    • £110.41 could pay for a patient to receive specialist care for one day
    • £180.97 could pay for a Nurse Specialist for the day
    • £445.82 could pay for a patient to receive specialist care in our In-patient Unit for one day
    • £978.30 could pay for a patient to attend Day Hospice for five days

    The fundraising team will send you tips on how to raise as much sponsorship as you can before the event.

  • Can I take part and raise money for another charity?
  • No, this is an event organised and paid for by St Richard’s Hospice.

Lantern Walk is one of our favourite events in the calendar; a chance to celebrate those who matter most to us while lighting up the night’s sky.

When

12th February

Where?

Booking Contact

Kelly Johns