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About The Big Walk at Principality Stadium

Celebrating its seventh year, The Big Walk is a popular event which starts inside the iconic Principality Stadium, the largest stadium in Wales. To date 1863 walkers have taken part, raising an astounding £266,227.76 for Prostate Cymru.

Over the last 7 years The Big Walk has been supported by Max Boyce MBE, Sam Warburton OBE, Sir Gareth Edwards CBE, Warren Gatland OBE, Gethin Jenkins, Rhys Priestland, Lloyd Ashley and Owen Teale.

Team Challenge

If your business, organisation or sports club is looking to take part in our team challenge with a team of 10 or more, please contact chris.leyshon@prostatecymru.com for more information about our packages.


Our newly introduced short route or our historic long route.

Short Route (13m): From The Principality Stadium, Cardiff (Gate 3) to The Duke of Wellington, Cowbridge
The Big Walk 2020
The Big Walk 2020
Long Route (26m): From The Principality Stadium, Cardiff (Gate 3) to Kenfig Hill RFC, Bridgend


What’s included in your £25 registration fee

- Event pack including information booklet, walk number, sponsor form, exclusive t-shirt, wristband & pin badge
- High-quality medal to commemorate your achievement
- A high standard of event organisation, ensuring a safe and enjoyable experience
- Access to the event facilities, including toilets & showers
- Food & water stations available along both routes
- Prizes for our top 3 fundraisers
- Full medical support

By participating walkers are agreeing to raise a minimum of £50 in sponsorship monies that they will forward to Prostate Cymru no later than 6 weeks after the event (5th September 2020).

Location

51.478817, -3.17927337

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