Join Alan Titchmarsh, Aled Jones, Charlotte Hawkins and other Classic FM presenters in Classic FM’s Big Walk 2019!
16 July 2019, 09:28 | Updated: 2 September 2019, 19:35
This September, we're encouraging Classic FM listeners, and their friends and families, to get out and walk for Global’s charity, Make Some Noise.
Whether it’s a stroll in the park or a hike off the beaten track, we’ve all got a favourite place to stretch our legs and enjoy the great outdoors.
Simply pick a route – it can be as short or as long as you like, from your well-trodden favourite, to a new route where you can really clock up the miles. Then, let your friends and family know that you’re taking on Classic FM’s Big Walk and raise some money.
Once you’ve had your first donation, we’ll send you a lovely Classic FM pin badge as a thank you for taking part.
Lots of Classic FM presenters, including Alan Titchmarsh, Charlotte Hawkins and Aled Jones, will be taking on their own walks in their favourite spots around the UK at the start of September – they will keep us updated on how they get on on their shows.
How to take part in Classic FM’s Big Walk
• Sign up here to create your fundraising page
• Walk any distance
• Get some small donations from your friends and family (think: small change for a big walk?!)
• If you manage to raise over £100 you could win a walking holiday to Tuscany.
Sign up for free at bigwalk.classicfm.com to get started and set up your fundraising page.
Donate to Classic FM's Big Walk
What is Classic FM’s charity, Global’s Make Some Noise?
Global’s Make Some Noise is Classic FM’s charity, funding and empowering projects across the UK to help disadvantaged children, young people and their families. Make Some Noise focuses on making a difference through lots of local charities around the country, rather than one big charity that might not reach everyone who needs it.
Make Some Noise funds vital equipment and life-changing services to help children and young people through challenging times, including therapy, counselling, nursing and support groups.
Find out more at makesomenoise.com.