Addenbrooke's Charitable Trust

Woofs and Wellies 

We are sorry to have to inform you that due to lack of participants, we have had to cancel this year’s Woofs and Wellies Walk which was due to be held on Sunday 13th March 2016 at Wandlebury Woods. 

On behalf of ACT, we would like to apologise for the cancellation, especially to those of you who had planned to join us. We hope to see you at our future events, supporting patients at Addenbrooke’s and the Rosie hospitals. 

Call 01223 217757 or email 

Check out our 2015 Woofs and Wellies photo gallery

Walk for Wards

Enjoy walking? Why not Walk for Wards?

The new NHS charities' Walk for Wards initiative is a fantastic way to get involved and support your local hospital. If you are planning on joining a pre-organised sponsored walk or organising one with friends, just check out the Walk for Wards website for more information on how to support Addenbrooke's and the Rosie. 

Event Terms and conditions

I understand that Addenbrooke's Charitable Trust (ACT), its employees, agents and volunteers, are indemnified against all claims for injury during participation in this event. The Charity has taken all reasonable steps to eliminate the chances of injury but there is a certain minimal risk in every activity and you should withdraw from the event if you have any doubts. The Charity reserves the right to remove any participant who does not abide by the rules. A public liability policy is in force but this does not cover personal accidents.

I also understand that any photographs taken by the ACT photographer may be used in publicity for this event, including online.

  • If any participants are aged 14 to 17: I agree to his/her participation in and under the rules of the event and I am satisfied that, being aged 14 or over, he/she is sufficiently capable and experienced to assume full responsibility for his/her safety whilst participating in this event.
  • If any participants are aged 13 or under: Participants aged 13 or under MUST be accompanied by someone aged 18 or over, who will take full responsibility for him/her during the event.
  • If the event is a cycling event: I understand that all participants in the event must observe the law of the land relating to road travel and that bicycles must be in good working order and comply with Road Traffic regulations.