Thanks a million!

You made it a night to remember.

Thank you to all our wonderful supporters and volunteers who came out in their hundreds and made our 13th Solstice Walk a night to remember.

Our fantastic fundraisers are on track to raise over £1 million to fund care and support for local people and families living with a potentially terminal illness since Solstice Walk launched. If you have sponsorship money to pay in you can do it here.

We couldn’t do it without you. Thank you.

Lichfield’s best night out is back on Saturday 20th June 2020. Join us for a unique night of music, fun and laughter with friends and family under the stars.

The details

  • £16 per person
  • Open to ladies aged 13+ (under 18s must be accompanied by a responsible adult)
  • Includes medal and goody bag
  • Wing and wand sets available to pre-order (with ticket purchase)
  • Memory bubbles available to buy on event day

Sunset party

  • 7.30pm start
  • Everyone is welcome to join us getting into the party spirit
  • Entertainment, stalls and refreshments
  • Moment of Reflection – join together to fill the sky with bubbles in memory of loved ones

The walk

  • 10pm start
  • 4.5 mile (1 lap) or 9 mile (2 lap) option
  • Starts and ends at Friary Grange Leisure Centre, Lichfield

So grab your friends, family and fairy wings and join us for our largest fundraising event of the year in support of your local hospice.

Help needed!

The route is supported by marshals to keep cheering you on and point you in the right direction.

We rely heavily on volunteers to do this and would love it if you could spread the word to the men in your life – dads, brothers, uncles, cousins or friends – to see if they can help!

For more information, email or call 01543 432538.

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Capturing the moment

Please be aware that all St Giles Hospice events may be photographed or filmed and these images may be used for future marketing purposes.

If you do not wish for your photo to be taken or used please contact a member of the events team on 01543 434496 prior to the event or on 07966394231 on event day.

We’re here for you… because you’re here for us.

By participating in this event you are contributing to the care of local people and their families, living with potentially terminal illnesses.

Your entry fee only covers the administration cost of the Solstice Walk. By asking friends and family to sponsor you, you could raise valuable funds that will help St Giles to continue to provide care and support free of charge to patients and their families.

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Last year, fabulous Solstice walkers raised over £50,000 through their sponsorship.

We couldn’t provide our services to people in your local community without the support of people like you.

Thank you so much.

Booking information

Group bookings

If you are booking on behalf of another person(s), please complete their booking with their details. This helps ensure accurate administration of the event and that we have a full record of all participants.

For any help or queries with booking please contact 01543 432538 or email

We’re here for you… because you’re here for us

“I wish I could give the world to St Giles for how they helped us all through an awful time.”

Burton mother and daughter Suzi and Kiera Baxter will be taking part in the 2019 Solstice Walk in memory of their much loved dad and grandad, George Hope.

Suzi said she and Kiera were committed to supporting St Giles to thank them for the amazing support the family had received.

“Dad was a fiercely independent man and the team from St Giles did everything to keep him at home for as long as possible,” she said.

“When he was admitted to Whittington he was a regular sight on the ward on his mobility scooter. He really enjoyed a chat and a laugh with the nurses.

”We are very excited to be a part of something that is so close to our hearts.  I know my father would be very proud of us both for doing this walk in his memory.”

Join Suzi and Kiera by fundraising for St Giles and help us to support local people and their families living with a potentially terminal illness.