Hike for your Hospitals

Vance Warner is walking down the street near Nottingham City Hospital. You can see that he is smiling at the camera and has his hands clasped as he walks. He is wearing a special limited edition Nottingham Hospitals Charity t-shirt.
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Hike for your Hospitals

When Whenever you can!

Where Wherever you are!

Free to attend

Tie those laces and head out for a walk. You choose your distance, location and fundraising target.

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Nottingham's biggest sponsored walk is back!

Hike for your Hospitals returns for it's third year. Take on Nottingham's biggest create your own event and make a difference to Nottingham hospitals. 
You choose your distance, location, time, participants and fundraising target. Get out this summer and take a walk for Nottingham hospitals. 
Four members of the team from Nottingham Hospitals stand at the start of their hike. They are all wearing coats and looking at the camera

How to take part:

It takes less than five minutes to register for Hike for your Hospitals. Once you are registered we'll send you a free Charity t-shirt to get you started.

Your could walk to the shops, around a local park or if you are feeling really adventurous you could climb a mountain. It's really your event, your way.

No matter how far you walk and how much you raise, every step makes a difference to Nottingham Hospitals.

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Hike for Hayward House

This year we're running a special Hike for Hayward House to support our £1.5 million appeal to help enhance the facilities at the palliative care unit at City Hospital. 
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Read about some of our incredible hikers. 

Ruby stands in her garden wearing the charity t-shirt. It is quite big on her but she has a missing tooth in her smile
5 year old Ruby wanted to say thank you to Nottingham hospitals for looking after her Nana after she caught Coronavirus.
David Chadwick walks in the snow whilst holding on to his wife.
Hospital consultant David Chadwick decided to walk his Parkrun 5k route after suffering a stroke.
Mark Alfrey and his team stand across the path. They are positioned a distance from the camera and they are all standing separately.
A team from the local Royal Mail took on an epic walk in aid of our Long Covid Research Appeal after their colleague Ian Pointer suffered from the illness.
Pamela and her friend stand at the end of their walk on a beach. They are each holding a glass of champagne
24 years after first completing the 174 mile trek down Offa's Dyke Path, Pamela and Cerri reunited for Hike For Your Hospitals.
A team from Nottingham Hospitals stop to take a selfie on their path. One of the guys is at the front with the other three in the background.
A team from Sterile Services decided to give back to the hospital by walking up Ben Nevis. 
Staff from E40 stand by the Big Appeal sign which has been placed on a fence. They are all looking in different directions
Six nurses from ward E40 walked 84 miles in 5 days down Hadrian's Wall in aid of raising money for their ward. 
Need some inspiration of where to walk? Take a look at our guide for some of the best places to walk across Nottinghamshire or get in touch with our friendly team at charity@nuh.nhs.uk or give us a ring on 0115 962 7905. 

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A team day with a difference...

Want to get your colleagues involved? Why not get them taking part in a sponsored walk or encourage them to get off the bus one stop earlier?

We've helped a wide range of Nottingham businesses get involved in Hike for your Hospitals any way they can. Get in touch to find out how we can help you support Nottingham Hospitals. 

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6 fundraisers stand on a pathway. 5 of them are holding a flag for the Nottingham and District CVVU branch. The lone fundraiser is pointing at the flag

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