Fair Treatment for the Women of Wales (FTWW) and EndoMarch Wales co-ordinators, Nicola Dally and Samantha Hickson, are excited to announce that this year there will be two Welsh legs of the Worldwide EndoMarch.
On Saturday 30th March, alongside our existing – and ever-growing – Cardiff march, we will be organising a second event in Llandudno, North Wales!
Registration: If you’re joining us, please register (for free) on the Llandudno Eventbrite page.
Registration: If you’re joining us, please register (for free) on the Cardiff Eventbrite page.
Both events will include refreshments, consisting of a free drink and slice of cake, available to all participants.
Please note: Participants are responsible for their own health and safety. All times are approximate.
Worldwide EndoMarch is a huge global event bringing thousands of supporters across the world together, as we walk, hobble, or wheel our way to giving this misunderstood disease the international platform it deserves.
Our aim is to raise awareness of the painful, life-impacting condition ENDOMETRIOSIS, a disease that can potentially cause severe pain, infertility, chronic fatigue, and other debilitating symptoms. Affecting as many as one in ten girls and women worldwide, making it as prevalent as diabetes or asthma, endo continues to be shrouded in mystery and myth.
If you plan on attending, PLEASE REGISTER your FREE place on the relevant Eventbrite page. It helps us to to know the numbers for our Wales marches, and to add to the Worldwide total.
We look forward to seeing you there – please WEAR YELLOW, the colour of endometriosis awareness, to show your support!
Official Team Wales hoodies and T-shirts are available from mypersonalisedclothing.com.
Follow our social media for updates, and photos from the day. Look out for #EndoMarchWales #EndoMarchCymru, and please join in!
The Wales EndoMarches are being organised in partnership with, and sponsored by, FTWW. We would like to thank the Rosa Fund for Women and Girls for their contribution towards this year’s EndoMarches. However, we do still need YOUR help in continuing to provide support and resources across Wales. If you’d like to make a donation to ensure FTWW’s ongoing work, please follow this link. Thank you so much