A HOSPICE in St Asaph is to host a 10km sponsored walk in the city next month.

St Kentigern Hospice will hold its “Midsummer Twilight Trek” on Saturday, June 29, which will start at St Asaph Football Club as the sun begins to set.

There will be a pre-walk party, featuring a variety of performers and acts, and participants are encouraged join in the theme of this twilight trek by dressing up as their favourite enchanted creatures.

Fairies, pixies, elves, butterflies, flowers and mystical beings are all welcome.


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Sian Golding, events and community fundraiser at St Kentigern, said: “Following the conclusion of our Dawn Walk after 13 incredible years, we are so excited to be launching this brand new event.

“With the addition of our pre-party along with a new venue, a new time and a new route, we hope to make this our biggest sponsored walk to date.”

This event is an 10km circular walk beginning and ending at St Asaph Football Club, on Roe Plas Meadow.

Entry is open to all older than the age of 10, and dogs on leads are welcome.

Admission costs £15 for adults, and £10 for under-18s, with participants to also receive a medal on completion.

Entry forms are available online by visiting St Kentigern’s website, or by calling the fundraising team on 01745 536020.

Check-in will open at 5.30pm for the walk to commence at 7pm.

This event is supported by St Asaph Football Club and St Asaph City Council.

St Kentigern Hospice provides specialist palliative care services, completely free of charge, for adults across North East Wales.

In 2023, the annual hospice running costs exceeded £2.6million, which equates to more than £7,252.37 per day.