March for Men: The Locals

We have 10 local walks taking place this year in parks across the UK - so round up your loved ones, pick your nearest event and sign up now!

Local March for Men walks

What you need to know

  • Choose from a 2k, 5k or 10k route (the shortest distance is fully accessible for wheelchairs and pushchairs)
  • £10 registration fee and a suggested fundraising target of £50
  • Dogs are welcome!
  • Children under 18 are free but have to be accompanied by a guardian over 18
  • All routes will be signed and marshalled - no need for a map!
  • If you can't make one of our organised events, you could organise your own walk at a time and place that suits you


Blaise Castle Estate, 1 June 2019



Croxteth Country Park, 2 June 2019



Stormont Estate, 9 June 2019



Cannon Hill Park, 9 June 2019



Olympic Park, 15 June 2019



Pollok Country Park, 16 June 2019



Pontcanna Fields, 16 June 2019



Heaton Park, 23 June 2019



Wollaton Park, 23 June 2019



Roundhay Park, 29 June 2019


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The details

What are the local marches?

This June, we're coming to 10 cities across the UK to for a weekend walk in the park - to join thousands of people raising funds and awareness of a disease that kills one man every 45 minutes in the UK. We'll have a short (2k), medium (5k) and long (10k) route planned out for you - all you need to do is sign up and get raising funds to help stop prostate cancer being a killer.

Where are they happening?

Leeds, Glasgow, London, Bristol, Liverpool, Manchester, Nottingham, Birmingham, Cardiff and Belfast.

How much does it cost?

The registration fee is £10 per adult. Children under 18 are free but have to be accompanied by a guardian over 18.

As for fundraising, we're suggesting that you raise a minimum of £50 - but we'd like you to aim higher!

Can I register on the day?

Yes, you can register on the day - but it will be very busy, so it's best to sign up online beforehand.

Can I bring my dog?

Yes - dogs are welcome.

Can I volunteer to help at the event?

Absolutely! We need people to help with setting up, registration, marshalling and merchandise on the day. Check out our volunteer pages to find out about all the ways you can get involved.

Are the routes accessible for wheelchairs and pushchairs?

Yes - the short routes (2km) are fully accessible for wheelchairs and pushchairs.    

What facilities are available on the day?

Unless specified, all local marches will have:

  • Toilets (including disabled toilets)
  • Parking
  • Refreshments available to purchase
  • An accessible short route
  • Information stand
  • First aid
  • Warm up
  • Signed and marshalled routes (no need for a map!)

Do you offer PA tickets?

If you require a PA ticket, please get in touch with us at 

Where do I get a March for Men t-shirt from?

An adult’s t-shirt is included in your registration, you just have to pick the correct size and that will be sent out to you.

You’ll be able to purchase additional t-shirts through our online shop as well as any kids t-shirts you need. As soon as the shop is ready, we’ll send you the link.

Isn't there a March for Men in Bournemouth?

Yes there is, The Bournemouth Hospital Charity have been organising a March for Men every year since 2014 with the money raised going towards funding innovative new equipment to improve care for their men's health patients. 

Roundhay Park, Leeds

What to bring

It's important to be prepared. So we’ve put together a list of essential items to make sure you’re ready for any eventuality.


Think about the type of walk you’re doing. If you’re walking a relatively short distance, or on flat and well paved ground, trainers or comfortable shoes should be fine.

If you’re doing a longer walk of 10k or more, you should consider wearing walking boots and walking socks (avoid football socks, as these are not suitable for walking long distances). If your boots are new, it’s a good idea to wear them ahead of the event to break them in and to help prevent blisters on the day.


Everyone enjoys walking in the sunshine, but the weather can be changeable. Make sure you prepare for every eventuality and pack both waterproofs and suncream.

If it’s likely to get cold on your walk it’s a good idea to also pack a light jumper so you can add or remove layers.

First aid

There will be first aid available at every event we organise, but it’s a good idea to bring along your own supplies too just in case. If you know you struggle with blisters make sure to pack blister plasters and antiseptic wipes.


There will be food available at every event we organise, but it’s still a good idea to take along some of your own snacks in case you get peckish along the route.

If you’re organising your own event be sure to pack enough snacks to keep you going throughout the day.


We will provide water at every event we organise, but we would strongly recommend that everyone takes along their own water too.

Other items

Other items to consider packing include:

  • a map of where you’re going
  • a fully charged phone
  • a separate battery pack if your phone is likely to run out of charge
  • a camera to capture your adventure

Prostate Cancer UK’s March for Men was a great experience and for me, very important. The event gave me time to reflect on my dad and his life. I also found comfort in meeting other people who have been affected by the disease. My message to anyone thinking about taking part in  March for Men is to go out and march for someone that matters to you.

- Karen Bonner


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