10@10 Late Night Walk


Jun 19 2021


10:00 pm - 6:00 pm

10@10 Late Night Walk

Our 10@10 Late Night Sponsored Walk is held annually in June.  It starts at 10pm and is a ten-mile walk – hence 10@10!  You can walk in memory of a loved one, friend or colleague or to show your support for your hospice – ensuring care is there for others when it is needed most.

It isn’t a race and walkers of all ages and abilities are warmly welcomed.  You are encouraged to don your neon, fluorescent and flashing accessories, which can be purchased on the night.  A five-mile walk option is also available.

You are asked to pay a small entry fee which covers your event T Shirt, medal and refreshments and then collect as much sponsorship as possible.  Many people walk in memory of a loved one and personalise their event T-shirt.  Not only does the walk give you the chance to shine, it also gives you time to remember those who mean the most to you.

Entries normally open at the beginning of April.  If you would like to receive details of this event, please email to join our mailing list.

Even if a loved one was not cared for by our Hospice, you are most welcome to take part in our 10@10 Late Night Walk.




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Countess of Brecknock Hospice Trust -Covid-19 Statement

Updated as of 5 January 2021:

The Hospice is closed to the public following the Covid-19 Lockdown announced on 4 January 2021.

Please do not ask to be admitted to the Hospice as we need to protect our patients and staff.  Please put letters or donations in the Red Post Box in the porch. It is emptied regularly. 

Although our Inpatient Unit is operating as normal, Visitor Restrictions are in force.

Visits are restricted to close family only.  Number of visitors and duration of visits are also restricted.  Please speak to senior staff or call 01264 835288 to find out how this affects your family. 

All visitors to the Hospice must wear the required PPE, which will be provided.  Please do not come to the hospice if you have symptoms, are self-isolating or been in contact with someone with symptoms.


Thank you for your support and patience over this difficult time, and for helping to protect our patients and staff.

Michele Gard

Director of the Hospice Charitable Trust