The Walk of Life is a 15 mile circular route around the city parks of Leicester. BBC Radio Leicester will be there as part of our 40th anniversary Ruby Rainbow Appeal.
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Starting off at Victoria Park, the walkers go to Abbey Park, Braunstone Park, Bede Park and then back to the starting point at Victoria.
In previous years over 2,000 walkers have taken part, raising between £80,000 and £100,000 for the Rainbows Children's Hospice in Loughborough, but this year we want it to be even better!
We're now halfway through the year and already we've raised more than one hundred thousand pounds for our Ruby Rainbow Appeal to build a young persons unit at the hospice.
On Sunday 10 June 2007 thousands of people will be talking part in the Walk of Life. BBC Leicester's reporter Helen Astle has been to meet one Mum, Jo Barker, to hear how she came into contact with Rainbows.
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There's a big change to the Walk of Life this year!
As well as individual walkers, Rainbows are inviting teams to take part, which means you can walk all or just part of the route.
Why not do it with your colleagues, friends and family and divide the route between you?
All participants will get a medal and a certificate, and there's even a free bus service back to the start.
For registration packs call 0800 952 1133 or register online at www.rainbows.co.uk