Take on a challenge

Challenge yourself to a Pink Ribbon Walk in association with Skechers and enjoy tailor-made routes in unique locations. We’ll support you with every step whilst you do something amazing for people affected by breast cancer. Together, we can provide support for today and hope for the future.


Chatsworth and the Peak District

Chatsworth Park

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Where: Bakewell, Derbyshire
When: 15 June 2019
How far: 10 or 20 miles

Blenheim Palace and the Cotswolds

Blenheim Palace charity walk

Thank you for your interest in our Blenheim Palace and the Cotswolds walk. This event is now closed for this year, but if you would like to be the first to hear about the 2020 Pink Ribbon Walks, please register your interest and we’ll be in touch.

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What time do the Pink Ribbon Walks start?

20 mile

Arrive from: 8:00am
Warm up: 8:45am
Start: 9:00am

10 mile

Arrive from: 10:30am
Warm up: 11:15am
Start: 11:30am

We recommend that people aim to arrive 30 minutes before their warm up to allow enough time for parking and registration. Please note, times are subject to change.

Petrina and Stu walked 10 miles
The sight of a pink ribbon of people stretching out through the countryside is an inspiration. My husband Stu and I felt really proud to be giving a bit back to a cause that has given us so much already. I was so proud to have clocked up 10 miles at the end and be cheered in by the Breast Cancer Care team!


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On the day

What you need to bring

On the route

We’ll supply everything you’ll need, from snack stations to toilets.

Get your Pink Ribbon Walk medal

At the finish

Enjoy a complimentary massage, meal and medal to celebrate your support.

Bring your dog along

Bring your dog

If your dog is fit and healthy, they’re welcome to join you for the walk.

Add your message to our Pink Ribbon Wall

Add your ribbon

Add a pink ribbon message to the thousands we've gathered over the last 15 years.

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Join Debbie on a Pink Ribbon Walk
The route was a delight, it was so well organised and took us through the most beautiful countryside. There were places to rest along the way with refreshments, and I definitely benefited from the massage at the end. I have to mention the many volunteers, who looked after us with their smiles and words of encouragement!


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What time do the Pink Ribbon Walks start?

20 mile

Arrive from: 8.00am
Warm-up: 8.45am
Start: 9.00am

10 mile

Arrive from: 10.30am
Warm up: 11.15am
Start: 11.30am


We recommend that people aim to arrive 30 minutes before their warm up to allow enough time for parking and registration. Please note, times are subject to change.

How long will it take?

Steady pace

Steady pace

10 miles: 4 hours
20 miles: 8 hours

Medium pace

Medium pace

10 miles: 3 hours
20 miles: 6.5 hours

Fast pace

Fast pace

10 miles: 2.5 hours
20 miles: 5 hours

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Your £100 can do amazing things

The money you raise will help Breast Cancer Care and Breast Cancer Now unite around the aim that one day, everyone who develops breast cancer will live, and that until then, everyone will receive the care, support and information they need to live well through breast cancer. We ask that you raise at least £100, which could:

Moving Forward after breast cancer

Help people move beyond their treatment

Our Moving Forward courses provide practical tips on managing side effects and finding a 'new normal'.

Get support for living with secondary breast cancer

Support people with a secondary diagnosis

Our monthly sessions allow people to talk openly in a safe space with others who may share their experience.

Someone Like Me

Connect people who have similar experiences

We put people in touch with a trained volunteer to discuss anything from genetic testing to fertility concerns.

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Provide 24 hour support across the country

Our online Forum community and app, BECCA, can offer support at any time of day, wherever someone may be.

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Volunteer at a Pink Ribbon Walk

Volunteer with us

Join us at a beautiful location in the English countryside and help us support our Pink Ribbon Walkers with every step. You don’t need any experience or special skills, just a good team spirit and plenty of enthusiasm.


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Can’t make these?

There are other ways you can show your support with every step. We can help you create your own walk with friends and family this summer, or you can take on the challenge to walk 500,000 steps across May and June.

Find your walk

Any questions?

If you have any questions please contact the team on 0370 145 0101 or email pinkribbonwalk@breastcancercare.org.uk.