Join Maggie's Night Hike
Postcode Lottery players can join Maggie's famous Night Hikes for less than half price
August 29th, 2012
For one week only, players of People's Postcode Lottery can join one of Maggie's famous Night Hike events for just £10 - less than half price!
Maggie's Night Hikes take place across the UK and include a 10 mile Glasgow Night Hike as well as a night time walk around London. On route, hikers can access some of the countries famous landmarks for private late night tours, live entertainment and tasty treats. The Glasgow and London Night Hikes definitely show off our cities in a new light.
For the more adventurous players, discounted places are also available for a
Be one of the first people to take part in a unique Mountain Night Hike - what a challenge!
Maggie's Night Hikes raise vital funds to ensure the charity can provide support to people with cancer and their loved ones. Through innovative community based centres across the UK, Maggie's ensure people have the right support to cope with the enormity of cancer. Through joining Maggie's and taking to the streets at night you will raise vital funds to support people with cancer in your community.
A Maggie's Centre brings people together to help combat the isolation and despair that often accompanies a cancer diagnosis. There's no need to make an appointment, or seek a referral. Anyone with cancer or their friends and family can come in and speak to one of our professional cancer support specialists, or take part in a wide range of programme activities. These range from nutrition workshops to creative writing classes, from receiving financial and benefits advice to personal or couples counselling.
Players of the People's Postcode Lottery have raised over £2.4 Million for Maggie's Cancer Caring Centres. Now is your chance to go the extra mile for this great cause.
Register for a Night Hike before 4th September for just £10 by calling 0300 123 1801 and quoting “People's Postcode Lottery”. Note calls to this number cost no more than national calls.Return to news archive