Time & Location
08 Oct 2022, 09:30 – 12:00
Bury, Woodhill Rd, Bury BL8 1DA, UK
About the Event
Walk of Hope
Join us on the 8th October at The Burrs Country Park for a gentle guided 3 mile walk as part of Greater Manchester's Month of Hope.
Using mainly trail paths, the route will pass through woodland and follow the River Irwell with views of the East Lancashire Railway, Holcombe Hill and local industrial heritage.
You will have chance to connect with the landscape with support from local artist Neil Greenalgh while you take in and admire the views.
This will be followed by free refreshments.
Free parking is availble, we advise you to use the new Jubilee Car Park situated in Burrs Country Park
What is the Month of Hope?
The Greater Manchester Month of Hope runs from World Suicide Prevention Day on the 10th September until World Mental Health Day on the 10th October.
The Month of Hope is about raising awareness of suicide and encouraging people to have open conversations about their mental health, whilst also sharing positive messages of hope across Greater Manchester.
This year, after an incredibly difficult 18 months, organisations across Greater Manchester are joining together to spread hope & are encouraging residents to join them in sharing what gives them hope, you can do this with friends, family and on social media using the hashtag #MonthofHope.
Adult (Aged 16+)
This ticket is for 1 adult aged 16+£0.00
Child (12-16 years)
All children must be accompanied by a responsible adult.£0.00
This event is free, but if you would like to donate to The Sunnywood Project, please select this ticket and enter in the amount you wish to donate. All donations help to create new opportunities for young people and the wider community.Pay what you want