Breast Cancer Now's Pink Ribbon Walk is returning to Blenheim Palace and is calling on more walkers than ever to step forward for people affected by the disease.

Everyone from strollers to seasoned hikers is welcome.

Each walk has a 10- or a 20-mile option and participants can take on the challenge in a group, on their own, or with their dog.

The walk is one of the charity’s biggest fundraising events and has raised more than £14million for research and support since 2005.

Covid 19 forced the event to be cancelled for the past two years at a time when the impacts of the pandemic meant people affected by breast cancer needed more support than ever.

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The charity hopes that more people than ever sign up to this year’s event to help ensure that by 2050, everyone diagnosed with the disease lives, and is supported to live well.

Claire Pulford, associate director, community and events at Breast Cancer Now, said: "Whether it’s a unique venue or breathtaking views you’re looking for, this is a chance to come together with friends and family, or to walk solo, for an enjoyable day while making a real difference to anyone affected by breast cancer."

The Pink Ribbon Walk at Blenheim Palace takes place on Saturday May 14. Find out more and register at