March Into March
March 1 @ 12:00 am - April 1 @ 12:00 amFree
Set a walking goal this spring and March into March for Ardgowan Hospice! From March 1st, pick a distance goal, lace up your shoes, put on your free t-shirt and take in some of the beautiful sights Inverclyde has to offer.
Supporters of Ardgowan Hospice can get fit while supporting their hospice by Marching throughout March. We’re asking supporters to pick a walking goal this March, don their free hospice t-shirt, create a sponsorship page, and take to the streets for Ardgowan.
If you’re taking part, please make sure to follow any and all updated COVID restrictions at the time, including, but not limited to, the number of people you can walk with, distance you can safely travel from your house and avoiding crowded places .
If you’re ready to sign up, just scroll to the bottom of this page to claim your free entry and t-shirts! Some browsers may experience issues using our ticket form at the foot of this page, if you have any issue registering, please click here to access our alternative sign up form.
How far should I walk?
It’s entirely up to you and what you feel a personal challenge would be. For some this will be 10k steps a day, others may wish to go much farther over several miles, others may wish to do much less. It’s all about your own personal health, fitness and/or ability level. We want March into March to be inclusive to anyone who wants to take part.
Do I have to walk?
Not at all. While the main theme is walking, you can also run, cycle, row or any other method of getting from point a to point b!
I’m shielding, how can I take part?
You can use a piece of exercise equipment in your home such as a stationary bike or try walking lengths of your garden!
How will COVID impact this event?
It’s impossible to predict how COVID will impact this event. Health is our priority so we urge all participants to make sure they’re following the most up to date restrictions in their area as we enter March – Number of people from outside your household you can walk with. The distance you can be from your home. Avoiding overly crowded locations. Keeping a safe distance.