Glow in the Moonlight takes place on Saturday 7th July at our brand new event location.

We'd like to thank our friends at Newcastle under Lyme School for hosting our 2018 Glow in the Moonlight Walk and allowing us to use their venue completely free of charge.

NEW for 2018! The Glow in the Moonlight Walk is now open to men, women and children of all ages! Dress up in neon, put on your flashing merchandise, have your face professionally painted and get ready to Glow in the Moonlight for Douglas Macmillan Hospice. Our brand new event includes a 10 mile Full Moon Walk and a 5 mile Half Moon Walk taking in the sights and sounds of Lyme Valley Park and Newcastle Town Centre.

View the Glow in the Moonlight routes HERE

With lots planned throughout the route, this year's Glow in the Moonlight event promises to be a night to remember and it's still just £10 to register! On the night we will warm up with live entertainment on our Glowfest stage, not forgetting the opportunity to shop in our Glowfest markets. 

Help us break a World Record...

This year, we’re going all out to break a world record for the ‘Most People Dancing To "Can't Stop The Feeling" While Wearing Glow Stick Necklaces’. Each of our walkers will be provided with their Glow Stick necklace on the night of the event and we’ll attempt to break the world record before the walk leaves at 9.30pm! Make sure you invite all of your friends, family and colleagues to Glow in the Moonlight and help DougieMac become a world record holder!

Dedicate a flower in the Glowing Garden

During previous Moonlight Walk events you could dedicate a candle in our Moonlight Candle Garden. This year, as part of the Glow in the Moonlight Walk, you will be able to dedicate a flower in our Glowing Garden; our flowers are an opportunity to share your memories in honour of a loved one. 

Glow Fest opens

7pm

Registration/ t-shirt collection opens

7pm

Entertainment starts

8pm

Registration closes

9pm

World Record attempt and warm up

9.10pm

Walk starts

9.30pm



Douglas Macmillan Hospice

Douglas Macmillan Hospice provide care and support to adults and families facing a life limiting illness in North Staffordshire. All Hospice services are completely free of charge and the Hospice needs to raise over £11 million to maintain these services. The Hospice relies on the continued generosity of supporters

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