Beat SCAD’s walk will be held in Leicestershire on Saturday 11 June. It’s a great opportunity for spontaneous coronary artery dissection 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!
The Park is close to the M1, M6, M42 and M69. Buses run from Leicester to Market Bosworth, which is three miles away and taxis are available.
The Park includes a network of surfaced trails that radiate from the famous Bosworth Battlefield Visitors Centre.
The Beat SCAD team will be at the venue from 12pm so please bring a picnic lunch and join us before we set off for the walk.
Walk: The walk will start at 1.45pm. Please download this pdf for more detail about the walk.
Dr Adlam’s talk: 3.30pm in The Heritage Room in the Visitor Centre
The venue closes promptly at 5pm, but we will still be able to use the picnic area after Dr Adlam’s talk.
Please note that although dogs are allowed in the country park, they cannot be taken into the room where Dr Adlam will be giving the talk.
Tickets cost £12 per adult (children under 16 go free).
The ticket price is refundable until Monday 6 June, however the Eventbrite fee (included in the ticket price) is non-refundable.
The cost of the ticket for the walk goes towards covering expenses, such as venue hire. However, we also need to raise money to continue research into SCAD.
We are currently fundraising to support the work of a new Clinical Research Fellow who will join Dr Adlam’s research project in August 2022. You, your family, friends and colleagues can donate here or you can set up your own fundraising page and link it to this fundraising campaign.
You can also use the sponsorship form here and ask friends, family, colleagues to contribute.
We look forward to seeing you there!