Fundraising - Hope Walk Weekends


Each year since 2008, different groups of supporters have taken part in sponsored walks one weekend in May. We all walk with the same hope in mind – raising research funds to find a cure or treatment for myotubular and centronuclear myopathy.

A big thank you to all our ‘Hope Walkers’ who took part in weekend walks around the country in May.

Join us in a sponsored Walk of Hope

Devon Hope Walk - Sunday 14th May hyperlinked to this page

London 10 Bridges Hope Walk - Saturday 20th May hyperlinked to this page

One of the most enjoyable fundraisers which can involve a corporate team – or all the family,
- we will help you plan your Hope Walk
- we will provide registration and sponsorship forms for all your walkers and all the promotional materials you need
- we will help you keep everyone safe and guide you through a simple risk assessment for the walk, and share all our top tips to make your walk as comfortable, safe and fun as possible



London Walk of Hope

Given its popularity in 2016, we are walking and crossing 10 of London's iconic bridges again in 2017 on Saturday 20th May. As before, we will start on London Bridge, and this year walking 10 kilometers, finishing with a picnic in Battersea Park.

You can find out more about the London 10 Bridges walk here.

Oldham Walk of Hope

The Oldham Hope Walk is a gorgeous 5 mile/8km walk around Dove Stone Reservoir, Greenfield, taking in some beautiful scenery around the area.

This hope walk has also involved abseiling over 100 feet at Denham Quarry in Chorley in 2016, a 2015 Walk Down a Tower’ and the 2014 abseil. Keep  an eye on this page for the next walk planned.




Read more about the 2016 walk and abseil

Cromer Walk of Hope




The Cromer Walk of Hope was led by Rodney May in memory of Nathaniel. The route was 10 miles around the nine parishes of the Burnhams.

Cromer Route Plan Download

Read more about the 2015 Cromer Hope Walk here.


Devon Walk of Hope

This walk is along breathtaking coastal paths around the South Hams peninsula, from Bolt Head to Bolt Tail (Hope Cove) and is approximately six miles. Wendy Hughes has been organising the walk since 2012 and it is designed to help her own son Zak and others like him who have been affected by myotubular myopathy.



The Devon Hope walk is such a great day out with a wonderful atmosphere. Read more about the walk and join us.

Brighton Walk of Hope


The Brighton Hope Walk was new for 2015 and was organized by Karen Vardy in memory of her son Jack.

The route was 13.5 miles along the seafront from Brighton Pier to Worthing Pier, with a short stop in Shoreham enroute.

In addition to the walk, Karen and her partner Dave organised the 9th Jack Blunsdon Golf Day in support of the Trust. It took place on August 8th at Rookwood Golf Curse.

For more information about either event please email

Read about the 2015 Brighton Hope Walk here

Our 2015 Hope Weekend Walkers