If you are female, feeling fit and able why not walk? With a choice of six or thirteen
mile routes available you can choose the distance which suits you.
If you don’t feel able to walk why not support us in other ways, by gift aiding your
donation, by helping provide refreshments or by being a marshal on the route, we
need dozens of volunteers every year to make this event a success.
The Moonlight Prowl is a charity walk in Fraserburgh designed to raise the awareness
of breast cancer and to raise funds for research in to this disease, which affects
the lives of one in nine women throughout the UK. This exciting challenge could be
your first step to better health, fitness and make a real difference to your life
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Thank you to the unsung heroes of the kitchen, and beyond, who provide the sandwiches,
tea, coffee, juice, and “fine pieces” by the hundreds.
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Despite the rain our walkers completed the course in good spirits and the walk had
a brilliant atmosphere.
A special “Thank You” is going out to the Marshals and Volunteers who stayed right
to the end, especially those who stood in the cold and rain and made sure that all
the walkers got home safely, and our T-Team who made sure that everyone got a well
deserved hot cuppa and “fine piece”.
Thank you to the brave singers who stood outside on stage and welcomed the walkers
back with a song and a cheery “Well done Quines”!
If you had a good night why not share your experience on our Facebook page, or email
us at email@example.com
Are you ready to Prowl in 2015?
To donate directly to local medical research on Breast Cancer, and support the Moonlight
Prowl, please click the button above. Thank you!
What a fantastic night thanks to all our brave walkers, volunteers and people who
decorated their homes and businesses and everyone who came out on the street to support
the Prowl…thank you for making the night a great success.
Online donations have now reached well over £1000!
A huge “Thank You” to everyone who has donated online