Create your own Twilight Walk and walk on your own or together with friends, family or your community

Your walk, your way, while raising money to support Marie Curie

Twilight Walk 2020 is going to be a little different but with your help, it will be bigger than ever this year with little walks happening across the country! 

Sign up for FREE to do your walk, your way on or before Friday 25 September, and then be part of a special moment that will bring us together to light up the night, whether it’s in memory of loved ones or just to show support for those impacted by death, dying and bereavement in our communities.  

We can’t all join in the same place, but you can create your own walk by yourself, with family, friends or your local community.  We suggest walking 5km and make sure to keep in line with current government guidelines.

Then join us online with u105 radio on the evening of Friday 25th September as we share a moment and create one big lantern lane across the country to remember loved ones and celebrate the work of Marie Curie.

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Funds Raised


To join the Marie Curie Twilight Walk 2020, follow these four simple steps:

Step 1

Sign up for FREE, create your fundraising page and decide when and where to do your walk


Step 2

Share your fundraising page and ask friends and family to sponsor you

Step 3

Do your walk and share your photos

Step 4

Join us online on the evening of Friday 25 September to create a virtual lantern lane

To order FREE lanterns and tips on organising your Twilight Walk please contact us at phone 02890 882060.  To buy t-shirts, hoodies, hats and dog vests please click HERE -


Do your walk on or before Friday 25 September and join us online with u105 radio that evening to light up the night for Marie Curie.


We’d love to see your walks in action so join the Twilight Walk Facebook page, share your ideas and photos on facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Tag Marie Curie Northern Ireland. #twilightwalk #lightupthenight


Marie Curie nurses, doctors and frontline staff work night and day in our Belfast Hospice and in people’s homes right across Northern Ireland providing expert clinical care for patients and much needed respite, comfort and reassurance for families, carers and loved ones.

Marie Curie has continued to be there for people who need us throughout the coronavirus pandemic and your support is needed more than ever to help ensure more families get the care they need at the end of someone’s life.  


could provide nine hours of nursing support in someone’s home through the night, bringing the expert care and comfort families need.


could pay for half an evening’s care in a person’s home when they need it most


could pay for one hour of vital nursing care for someone living with a terminal illness in the comfort of their own home

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