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Starlight Stroll 2022

Starlight Stroll is coming back to Eastbourne seafront on Saturday 10th September.

Starlight Stroll is taking place on Saturday 10th September and we would love for you to join us. After two years of socially distanced Starlight Strolls, we are so excited to bring you this event in its full form, and we hope that you wish to join us to celebrate!

Starlight Stroll is one of our biggest events and a firm favourite in our calendar every year. Starting from Treasure Island, you’ll walk along the promenade, beside the sea, to the halfway point at the Italian Gardens. By this point, the stars will be out and you may be able to see the moon rising over the sea. Here, you can lay a special lantern in the garden to remember a loved one who is no longer with us. You will then walk back to The Beach Deck, where you can collect your Starlight Stroll medal and have a celebratory drink and bite to eat.

Your registration includes:

  • A commemorative Starlight Stroll medal
  • A blank lantern for you to decorate in memory of your loved one
  • A limited edition Starlight Stroll T-shirt
  • A fun warm up on the day
  • All the fundraising help and support you may need from our team

The hospice costs over £17,000 a day to run, and after the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, every pound raised is especially vital. Events such as Starlight Stroll help us to provide our services to the people in our community who need it. Click here to set up your JustGiving page.

Sign up now using the form below, and we’ll see you there!

Seahorse Stroll

This year we will also be holding the Seahorse Stroll – a time for children and young people to come together to know that they are not alone in experiencing grief. Click here to find out how you can take part.

Event details

Saturday 10 September 2022 - Saturday 10 September 2022
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
5 Royal Parade Eastbourne BN22 7AE

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