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Walk For A Cure 2018

by | Mar 5, 2018 | Events News | 0 comments


Jane Cure and James Whale

We are delighted to invite you to take part in Walk For A Cure, although it is focusing on walking in May, you can arrange a ‘Walk for A Cure’, any time of the year, to help raise funds for research and to support kidney cancer patients, carers and their families across the UK.

You could walk with a friend, start a walking group or if you are a rambling group, create a unique event.
Kidney Cancer UK will be entering a team into JUSTWALK on 12th May in West Sussex to find out more click here and join our team.

Anchor Legacy

After a successful first year, the Anchor Legacy will be participating in the four KiltWalks, for more information about the Kiltwalks click here.
To join in with Walk For A Cure you can register via the registration form below or contact us on  and set up your own JustGiving page 
Kidney Cancer UK Walk for A Cure JustGiving
Kidney Cancer Scotland Walk for A Cure JustGiving

Suggested Routes

 Why this event is called ‘Walk for A Cure’

In October of 2010 kidney cancer patient and fundraiser Adrian ‘Ade’ Cure was a guest speaker at our President’s Dinner at the House of Lords. He was a proud, strong, determined man and raised over £30,000 for kidney cancer, most of which was donated to us, before he died of kidney cancer in March 2011 after a four-year fight.

Jane Cure and walkers

In memory of Ade and all he had achieved, his brother-in-law Andy Coleman and Jane (Ade’s wife in picture on the left) organised the ‘Walk for A. Cure’ fundraising event, and were determined to smash the £10,000 fundraising target set, they raised over £18,000 to support the kidney cancer community.

You can walk as far as you wish, by yourself or as a group!


Walk for A Cure Fundraising Packs

UK Pack

Scotland Pack


<a href="" target="_self">Malcolm Packer</a>

Malcolm Packer

Malcolm is Chief Executive Officer at Kidney Cancer UK and Kidney Cancer Scotland and has worked with the charity in various capacities for over 15 years.