Liverpool Cathedral Abseil

Janet Rowan

To support the work of the unit which is currently supporting a close family friend at the moment and been inspired by both dedication and innovation in care.

Tim’s Long Distance Swimming

Tim Bailey

To raise awareness & support fellow sufferers of Cuada Equina Syndrome

67 year old bow legged Billinge bald bloke swims 800m Windermere race for the Walton Neurology Centre

Gary Turley

I would like to fundraise for The Walton Centre who helped my good friend and neighbour Mark Middlehurst after he sustained a traumatic head injury while holidaying in Australia

Mike P Burns

Unverified User

To support the Home from Home Appeal

Vaile, Dastey and Isherwoods take on Walk for Walton!

Elaine Vaile

It's a great hospital!

For The Walton Hospital Liverpool.

Judith Breese

Saved My Life 3 Years Ago

Walk for Walton round Europe

Madeleine Fletcher

We are fundraising to support the amazing Home from Home facility at The Walton Centre - 100,000 steps in May... lets do it.

Hannah’s Home from Home Walk

Hannah Warburton

The Walton Centre has been a huge part of my life since I was a teenager and it is great to now be able to give something back. The target is 100,000 steps but I am aiming for 200,000 steps during the month of May to raise money for their home from home accommodation.
Home from Home has been designed to offer the comforts of home to people who want or need to stay close to their loved one undergoing urgent or emergency treatment at The Walton Centre.

CEO Walk for Walton

Jan Ross

I am the Proud Chief Executive of the Walton Centre, we are an 'outstanding' NHS organisation that supports patients with a wide range of neurological conditions. When patients require treatment in emergency situations or have traveled a distance for our specialist services, it is important their loved ones can be close by. Our 'home from home' facilities provide this however is free of charge due to the support of our charity. All the funds raised from this walk will go to supporting the runni

Inspired by Izzy

Caroline Thompson

The Walton Centre in Liverpool has been treating my niece, Izzy, for underlying health issues since she turned 18. On 20th March this year Izzy suffered a serious brain haemorrhage and is currently being cared for as an inpatient at the Walton Centre. Izzy and her care team are hugely dedicated every day to her recovery and rehabilitation. In support of their efforts Rhiannon, Joe and I have decided to join the Walk for Walton initiative, which will see us each walk 100,000 steps during May. We