Wales Walk for Nurses Event Information

Cost: £10 minimum donation to guarantee your place. This can be paid via RCN Foundation's donation page after you submit your details below. Children under the age of 12 can participate for free.  

An RCN Foundation t-shirt (for adults) and bottle of water will be provided for participants at the event. 

Date:  Sunday, 29th September 2019

Time: Registration 10am. The walk will begin at 10:30 and the event will close at 14:30. The registration area will be outside the Senedd building. 

Walk Details: The walk will be started by the CNO for Wales. It will begin at the Senedd, and then participants will walk via public footpath over to Cardiff Bay Barrage passing the former Doctor Who exhibition and towards the Barrage embankment. Participants can walk from Senedd to Barrage and return (approx 4k) or choose to walk to the sailing club/children’s play area (approx. half way) and return. The walk will be signposted. 

Distance: 2 or 4 kilometers (approximately), flat walking.  

Hospitality: A bottle of water will be provided at the start of the walk. You can find many cafes and restaurants in Cardiff Bay, Café Hafren on the Barrage.

Clothing and footwear: Please wear suitable walking shoes, trainers or boots and clothing be aware of weather conditions, particularly wind and rain.

Restrictions: Dogs must be on a lead. 

Travel & Parking

The event is taking place in Cardiff Bay.

Public Transport:  Buses will be running please check or

Parking: If parking in the various carparks, fees will apply.


A £10 minimum donation is required to take part in the event, which can be made on our donation page after submitting your details below. Children under the age of 12 can participate for free. The RCN Foundation Wales Committee is also encouraging participants to raise an additional £30 on JustGiving. Please click here to be taken to the fundraising page for this event. 

Thank you so much for all of your support of the RCN Foundation. Each donation will make a positive and lasting difference to the nursing community including nurses and health care support workers.