We’re delighted to bring you the exciting news that we’re planning for the return of Midnight Walk, Men’s Day Out and Tour de Moor this autumn – and we cannot wait to see you!
Of course, safety is always our top priority so the following event information is subject to the unfolding situation regarding COVID-19 and any easing of lockdown restrictions. We will continue to keep our supporters updated.
Our plan is for the city’s favourite ladies’ night out to return this August, giving you the opportunity to light up the night, remember someone special and have loads of fun with your friends while doing good in your community.
Visit the Midnight Walk webpage for up to date information and news by clicking here.
Men’s Day Out
Guys, many of you have already signed up for our hotly anticipated day of rugby and banter because you kindly agreed for us to roll forward your registration from the event we were forced to postpone last year. We’re planning to welcome you back in September, so get ready to go the distance with your mates in aid of local families who need St Luke’s at the toughest of times.
Visit the Men’s Day Out webpage for up to date information and news by clicking here.
Tour de Moor
We know that so many of you were disappointed to miss out on the mud, sweat and gears of our family friendly biking challenge last year. We are hopeful that our forthcoming discussions with Dartmoor National Park will see you back in the saddle for St Luke’s this October.
Visit the Tour de Moor webpage for up to date information and news by clicking here.
We know it may feel frustrating to have to wait until later in the year, so if you’d like to show your support for St Luke’s before then, there are lots of ways you can do this. Our weekly lottery is a great way to help us continue our care while you have a flutter, or you could sponsor a St Luke’s Nurse whose warmth and compassion shows terminally ill people in your community they have not been forgotten.