Belfast Memory Walk, Stormont Estate: Saturday 26 September

About the walk

This September Memory Walks will be taking place across England, Wales and Northern Ireland to raise money for a world without dementia. We need thousands of people to walk with us – because arm in arm, step by step and pound by pound, we will get there.

Hope is the spirit of the day

People of all ages and abilities can join in, from grandparents to grandchildren, and even your furry four-legged friends. It’s a day for everyone to come together, celebrate loved ones affected by dementia, and raise money to reclaim the future.

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Belfast Memory Walk takes place at the beautiful setting of Stormont Estate. A majestic spot for a day of great fundraising fun and fresh air! Choose the shorter 2km walk and head round through the woodland, past the Reconciliation Sculpture on tarmac paths – a great route for wheelchairs and pushchairs. Support us with the more difficult route which is just over 6km and those challenging hills deliver some of our favourite, breathtaking views (unfortunately not accessible to wheelchairs). The routes are subject to change.

Join thousands of other people who have been affected by dementia at this year’s Memory Walk.

Directions and Parking

The Estate is open to pedestrians via the gates on Upper Newtownards Road and Massey Avenue.

Free parking is available in car parks accessed from Stoney Road, postcode BT4 3SD. Please note, the only entrance open for cars will be via Stoney Road – both Massey Avenue and Prince of Wales entrances will be closed to cars.

Buses stop at the Massey Avenue gates and beside the Carson Statue roundabout at Stormont Estate. For public transport information, please visit www.translink.co.uk.

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