Nottingham Memory Walk at Wollaton Park
Memory Walk

Nottingham Memory Walk

Venue Wollaton Park, Nottingham
Date 19 September 2021
Arrival Time From 10am
Routes 2km or 5.5km
Registration Fee Free
Fundraising Target £160

Sign up for free today!

Come together with friends and family at Nottingham Memory Walk, Wollaton Park on 19 September 2021.

 

Sign up for free today and receive a brilliant fundraising pack, with plenty of tips and useful resources, plus a Memory Walk t-shirt!

 

Challenge yourself to raise £160, or as much as you can, and make a real difference to people affected by dementia.

 

The Memory Walk team is here to support you every step of the way, so sign up today and together we’ll walk for a world without dementia.

Travel Information

Event Parking is available at Wollaton Park, please use postcode NG8 2AE and follow signs for Memory Walk on the approach to the venue.  

 

Parking charges apply - £3 for up to 3 hours, and £5 all day via the RingGo app. Please arrive in good time to avoid queues, and note that parking is on grass. 

Meeting Point

Memory Walk will start and finish in the event site by the lake, which is located behind Wollaton Hall. Please note, this area is on grass.

Routes

There are two Memory Walk routes – you choose which to walk on the day of the event. Please note all routes and distances are subject to change, and suitable footwear is recommended. 


The shorter 2km walk is a gentle stroll around the park’s lake, where you will see the iconic hall once home to Batman in the blockbuster The Dark Knight Rises. This route is suitable for Memory Walkers of all ages and for pushchairs and wheelchairs with assistance.


The longer 5.5km walk is a little more challenging, and will take you around more of the park, including grass and woodland paths where you may see the park’s resident deer. This route is not suitable for pushchairs or wheelchairs due to the nature of the pathways.

Facilities

 Toilets ok

Toilets on site

 

Refreshments ok

Refreshments available

 

Accessible short route

Accessible routes available

 

dogs ok

Dogs permitted

 

event parking ok

Event parking available

Accessibility

The meeting point and car parks are on grass. 

 

The short route is on paved paths and suitable for wheelchairs and pushchairs with assistance, due to the small hill on route. 

 

There is dedicated event parking available, please make stewards aware on arrival if you need an accessible parking space.

COVID-19 Safety

Safety of all Memory Walk participants, volunteers and staff is our top priority. We are monitoring the COVID-19 situation carefully and working hard to deliver amazing events, whilst following all legal guidance and precautions.

 

All our Memory Walk events hold the 'We’re Good To Go' industry standard, which means you can be reassured we have everything in place to keep you safe. Each event has been thoroughly risk-assessed and we've implemented a number of processes and measures from the guidance provided by the Government. 

 

Memory Walk may look a little different this year, but it will still retain the amazing atmosphere that makes the event so special!


What to expect

 

-   Multiple waves of walkers, meaning smaller numbers of participants in the event site and on the route, at any one time.

-   Separate start and finish points for our routes.

-   Reduced touchpoints to minimise contact between walkers and volunteers.

-   Hand sanitiser at regular intervals within the event site.

-   A site layout that still allows for social distancing between households of participants and volunteers.

-   One way and queuing systems in specific areas of the event, such as our merchandise tent.

-   Face coverings will be encouraged in any areas where 1m+ social distancings cannot be maintained.

 

To find out more about our plans, please visit the FAQ page.

Frequently Asked Questions

Got a question? Visit our FAQ page to find out more!

Get your team together and register today!

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