Please join us in saying a huge thank you to our wonderful supporters who pulled on their trainers and laced their walking boots for a day of walking the Warwickshire countryside, all while raising over £20,000 in aid of Myton!
On Sunday 8th May, almost 500 wonderful supporters of all ages – and plenty of four-legged friends – took on our 3, 6 and 12 mile routes!
We cannot explain how amazing it was to see you all again after so long!
Adults who complete their chosen route received a limited edition Myton candle to celebrate our 40th birthday, and all children received a special Monty the Bear teddy!
After the walk everyone was invited back to our Warwick Myton Hospice gardens for an afternoon of entertainment to celebrate with their family and friends!
Our Events Team are busy collecting and counting all of the sponsorship money and to date we are absolutely thrilled to announce that not only have you smashed our £10,000 target but raised more than double that!
Thanks to your support we have raised £20,034 with sponsorship still coming in!
This will enable Myton to help more people with life limiting and terminal illnesses when they need us most. Thank you all so much!
We would also like to take this opportunity to say thank you to just some of the people that made it possible to put on the event…
- Our incredible volunteers who supported us at the hospice but also around the route, marshalling, cheering and feeding you on your way
- Ted and Ed who worked tirelessly on the BBQ
- Our photographer Andrew Llewellyn
- Little Angels Group Events – face painting and craft station
- Annie’s Antics Ice Creams
- Kirsty Ann - Singer
- Paul Wyllie - Musician
- The Central Midlands Rock Choir
- Caitlin McCarthy
- Myton School, Warwick School and Social Services for the use of their car parks
- K9 Club for donating dog treats
Providing dedicated care and support for people living with terminal illnesses, and their families, in our inpatient beds and in the community is our primary focus, and we need to raise £9.1 million this year to do this while keeping our services free of charge!
We can’t do it without the support of people like you, so thank you so much for your support!
The Butterfly Effect is back!
Join us in Myton’s 40th Anniversary year as we come together to remember our loved ones with a brand-new heartfelt art installation located in The Wild Flower Meadow at Coombe Abbey Country Park.
Taking place between Friday 22nd and Sunday 31st July the installation will see 2,000 locally crafted, teal, metal butterflies leading you on a tour through the beautiful flowers, wildlife and scenery.