Chris White, MP for Warwick and Leamington, joined hundreds of supporters for our Warwick Twilight Walk last Sunday, writing about it on his website.
“On Sunday, I took part in the Twilight Walk around Warwick to raise funds for the Brain Tumour Charity. Improving our research into brain tumours is vitally important to ensure that we diminish the impact of this tragic condition, while the charity also works with the families of those affected.
“It was particularly moving to hear from individuals whose loved ones have passed away as a result of a brain tumour, and who greatly value this campaign.
“The scale of the support on show for the walk demonstrated the incredible spirit amongst local residents and those from further afield who wanted to make a difference.
“It was also good to see former international rugby player Lewis Moody speak at the start of the event to raise the profile of the charity."
The Twilight Walks have been superb opportunities for us all to come together to offer support and raise awareness for The Charity and we've had fantastic feedback from everyone.
A very special thank you to everyone who took part and were instrumental in making all four walks a huge success.