Join us and walk to beat SCAD!
Our annual walk will be held on Saturday 14 September at Coombe Country Park, Coventry
This is a great opportunity for Spontaneous Coronary Artery Dissection (SCAD) survivors, families and friends to meet, network and support each other, as well as to raise money to help Beat SCAD continue its work.
Dr David Adlam, who is leading the UK research, will be attending and will give a short talk about the research after the walk – don’t miss it!
See below for more details and click here to buy tickets.
Please help us raise funds for research by donating to our Walk Fundraising Page, buying merchandise, setting up your own fundraising page or asking your employer for match funding. For more ideas see the Raise money tab below.
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Date: Saturday 14 September 2019
Dr Adlam’s talk 2.45pm
Price per delegate: £10 for adults, children under 16 free
There is a pay and display car park and coins, notes and major credit/debit cards are accepted. Take a ticket at the entrance barrier and pay at the end of your visit. Parking prices:
Up to 1 hour: £1
1-2 hours: £3
2-4 hours: £3.50
4-24 hours: £5
Tickets for the walk are £10 per adult (children under 16 go free).
Although children under 16 are free, please let us know how many are attending by adding the relevant number of tickets to your order, so we know the total number of attendees.
The ticket cost is non-refundable.
There is a maximum of 150 tickets available.
Closing date for bookings is Friday 6 September 2019.
By road: The Park is on the B4027.
By rail: To Coventry Railway Station, followed by a 20-minute bus journey (see below)
By bus: No 585 Travel de Courcey from Coventry Rail Station. View the timetable at www.traveldecourcey.com/timetable_search/?route=585.
By cycle and foot: The Centenary Way public footpath runs from Coventry through Coombe Country Park. View details of local routes at www.coventry.gov.uk/cycling.
Whe you arrive, please register in the Pub in the Park room on the first floor above the Visitor Centre.
Why not bring a picnic lunch and spend time enjoying the surroundings and meeting other SCAD patients and their families.
You can bring your own food into the room and there are picnic spots nearby, so feel free to take advantage of those. If you choose to eat in the Pub in the Park room, please note, we cannot consume drink in that room unless it’s purchased from the bar.
We need to raise money to continue research into SCAD, raise awareness and to help support those affected by SCAD.
Here are a few ideas:
Donate on the Beat SCAD walk fundraising page. Please ask family, friends and work colleagues to contribute.
Challenge yourself and your family and friends to do a sponsored walk and set up your own fundraising page (see http://beatscad.org.uk/how-to-donate-to-beat-scad for options).
Use the sponsorship form in the Walk pack and ask friends, family, colleagues to contribute.
Donate directly to Beat SCAD (www.paypal.com/fundraiser/charity/141748).
Ask your employer for match funding.
Ask local companies, work colleagues or employers for donations.
Beat SCAD merchandise
If you would like to buy Beat SCAD merchandise (polo shirts, hoodies and running vests to wear on the walk, or umbrellas, trolley coins, pens and more, please order via our shop (beat-scad-shop.myshopify.com) by 16 August 2019. If the product you want is showing as out of stock, please email firstname.lastname@example.org letting us know what you’d like and we will try to order it for you.
Please wear appropriate clothing and footwear and bring waterproofs and umbrellas just in case!
Bring plenty of water and snacks to see you through the afternoon.
Photos & videos
Please note we will be taking photos during the day and filming Dr Adlam’s talk. These photos and videos will be used on our website, Youtube channel, social media and in other publicity. If you do not want to appear in these photos please let us know when you arrive.