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Have a fantastic family night out under the stars on a walk through surrounding villages, remembering loved ones and raising funds for your local Sue Ryder Manorlands Hospice.
Registration is now full.
What happens on the night?
Starting early evening from 6pm, arrive in time to register and enjoy our entertainment area, where you’ll find music, stalls and refreshments available.
After warming up, you’ll board the Starlight Express train, which will transport you to the start of the walk.
You’ll then follow a safe marshalled 10km route around the surrounding villages of Manorlands, and pass through the hospice grounds, including a trip down Starlight Avenue: a quiet area of reflection. Here, you’ll have the opportunity to write a dedication to your loved ones.
You'll be refreshed with a snack bar and drink when you reach the half way point, and our marshals will be manning the route to keep you going as you near the finish line.
Crossing the finishing line, you’ll be rewarded with a well-deserved bite to eat, goody bag and medal, plus the knowledge that you’ve done something amazing for local people living with a life-changing diagnosis.
Why you should raise sponsorship
Every penny raised through sponsorship will help us to continue to provide hospice care to our patients and their families, both here at Manorlands and out in the local community.
Family of Four or individual entry
Sign up individually or select 'Group' entry, name your team and then invite up to three other family members to hike with you!
A Family of Four group ticket costs £40 for 2 adults and 2 children.
I've signed up. What happens now?
Once registered, each entrant will receive an email confirmation with more information, which will be followed by a fundraising welcome pack including your Starlight Hike T-shirt.
What time does it start?
Registration begins from 6pm at Oxenhope Railway Station, with the first train leaving the station at 7pm, and the second and final train leaving shortly after at approximately 7.30pm.
How far is the walk?
The walk is approximately 10km in distance or 6.2 miles.
How long will the walk take?
It's difficult to say exactly as people of all ages and abilities take part. Most walkers complete a 10km walk in around 90 minutes to two hours, but this isn’t a race so there’s no rush!
Are dogs allowed at the event?
Well behaved dogs are allowed at the event provided they are on a lead and kept under appropriate control at all times. Dog owners must clear up after their pets.
What's the refund policy?
Tickets are non-transferable and non-refundable, other than in the event of rescheduling or cancellation by the organiser.
Please read our full terms and conditions for more details.