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Footprints for Brain Cancer 2019 Walk

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Walk the walk and talk the talk
Did you know that brain cancer kills more children than any other disease in Australia? It also kills more people under 40 in Australia than any other cancer. Yet very little is known about brain cancer, its causes or how to treat it.

On Sunday, 28th of April, you can join cancer Council Queensland in its 6th annual Footprints for Brain Cancer four-kilometre family fun walk.

Following the walk, there will be raffles, food available to purchase, as well as family entertainment. All funds raised will be directed to brain cancer research and assists patients across Queensland to access vital support services on their journey.

The walk commences at Dorrington Park, Mirrabooka Road, Ashgrove at 8am with an anticipated finishing time of 10.30am.

Registrations open at 7am or you can register here.
For adults, the registration is $30 each, with children Under 16 years free.

Since its inception, this walk has raised over $100,000, bringing together the local community, businesses and schools, brain cancer patients and their carers, to help ensure that no Queenslander faces brain cancer alone.
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Why? Fundraiser for a good cause and good health
When: 7am till 10.30am
Phone: 1300 65 65 85
Where: Dorrington Park, Mirrabooka Road, Ashgrove
Cost: $30 Registration Fee for Adults. Children under 16 years free.
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