Immerse yourself in the very best of this beautiful rural county as you travel across Neolithic landscapes, take in panoramic views and walk amongst Avebury’s World Heritage Stone Circle.
In 2023, we will be celebrating 20 years of life-changing care for local families, so we've created a special 20 mile or 20 kilometre route to mark this milestone. Celebrate with us and make a day of it with a post-trek glass of fizz and a bite to eat at the The Kings Arms, All Cannings.
Taking part in a physical challenge may be hard but our families face challenges every day. Help support local children and their families by signing up for this trek today – thank you for being a life changer.
There are two ways to take part in this year’s event.
The self-fund option pays for your registration fee as well as a donation to Julia’s House. There is no obligation to fundraise, but if you feel able to, your fundraising will make a huge difference to lives of local children and their families.
- 20 mile Self fund - £130
- 20 km Self Fund - £110
The sponsorship option pays for your registration fee only. By choosing this option you agree to raise a minimum fundraising target of £150.00 for the 20km walk and £200.00 for the 20 mile walk. Participation in the event is subject to minimum fundraising target of 60% being reached no less than two weeks prior, please see T&Cs for full details about this option.
- 20 mile Sponsorship - £40, £200 minimum fundraising
- 20 km Sponsorship - £30, £150 minimum fundraising
- Fundraising support, ideas and tips
- Support walkers and a fully sign-posted route
- Qualified first aid and medical support
- Refreshment stops with water and snacks
- Free bite to eat
- Glass of prosecco or a soft drink at the finish
- Medal for all finishers
- Julia’s House t-shirt
- For the 20 km trek - shuttle bus from the Kings Arms. Leave your car at the finish (The Kings Arms) and take our shuttle to the start line at Avebury.
The 20 mile route is circular so you will not need a transfer.
See how our Walkers got on last year!
"It’s hard to describe how brilliant these treks are until you do one. The feeling you get from trekking with likeminded people, who all have the same common goal to support Julia’s House, is incredible. You will form friendships and bonds with people for life, create lasting memories and the challenge of completing the trek and getting to the end, is unforgettable."
Past trekker, Katie Bodmin (pictured).
“There’s a lot that Johnathon can’t do, but there’s also so much that he can – having CHARGE doesn’t hold him back. It doesn’t stop him from tearing around on his scooter with his younger sisters, or playing pranks on us when he thinks we’re not looking. He’s very cheeky and fun to be around.”
Leanne, mum to Johnathon.
Show Johnathon what you can do, sign up and step out for Julia’s House.