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W4BC Toowoomba 2017
Grab your family and friends and come together to raise funds for Cure Brain Cancer at Queens Park, Toowoomba. Funds raised support the Foundation’s vital research projects that are delivering new treatment options to people living with brain cancer.
Raised of $9,000 Goal
Event Ends:
12:00PM Oct 15, 2017
Registrations close:
6:00PM Oct 14, 2017
(UTC+10:00) Brisbane
Queens ParkFrogs Hollow

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Registration closes on Saturday, 14 October ready for a 9.00am start on Sunday, 15 October 2017.
Registrations for this event are now closed.


Toowoomba will support the Cure Brain Cancer Foundation on Sunday, 15 October starting with a balloon release at 9.00am. Our local town cryer will then open the walk and we will then head off on a memorial 2-5 km walk around Queens Park. Remembering those who have lost their battle, support those fighting and raising funds to ultimately find a cure. Sit back on the picnic rugs and enjoy the tunes from Michael Johnson. Healthful Habits and Cafe 2 U will be there for you to purchase your goodies from and please stay on for our raffle which will conclude the beautiful morning.  Queens Park markets will also be on so why not make a day of it. 

Looking forward to seeing you all there x

"We will support those fighting.

We will honour our loves ones we have lost.

We will never ever give up". Tracey Gollan - Miss you everyday dad xx

Date | Sunday, 15 October 2017  

Registration | Closes Saturday, 14 October at 6.00pm 

Start | 9.00am  

Merchandise | Walkers have the opportunity to purchase Cure Brain Cancer products in advance, including Walk4BrainCancer t-shirts.

"I have been inspired to continue to help others after my father was affected with this horrendous disease. I want to be able to raise funds and awareness as brain cancer is just completely debilitating to the whole family. I want to know that I can do something for others after what we went through."
Tracey, organiser of Walk4BrainCancer Toowoomba