Registration for Mountbatten Sunflower Walk 2021 is now open!

Sign up now and join us on Sunday 4th July 2021 at Broadlands for the main walk, or Walk Your Way and make a real difference.   

Walk with us and celebrate being able to come together at the Mountbatten Sunflower Walk (formerly the Sunflower Memory Walk), with your friends and family to create new memories and remember those loved.

By taking part you are helping us to raise much needed funds and will ensure that our expert teams can continue their vital work for the growing number of people and families who need them.  If you live in Southampton and west Hampshire Mountbatten Hampshire (formerly Countess Mountbatten) is your local Hospice.  

It has been a challenging year for us all, and so join us with your family and friends on Sunday 4 July, from 9 am and enjoy the beautiful surroundings of Broadlands Estate in Romsey, which is being especially opened for this Sunflower Walk.  

The £3.50 P&P and processing fee helps us cover our costs, but it is your fundraising and donations that help our doctors and nurses carry on providing the care and support they do.


Register now.  

Look how much fun we had at the last event in 2019 we cannot wait to invite you back - Take a Look 

By registering for this event you agree to our event terms and conditions and privacy policy.

Please note: all participants must register themselves individually. Children under 17 can only be registered by their parent/legal guardian. 

Once you have signed up you will receive further event details, updates, and your Mountbatten Sunflower Walk t-shirt.  Please note the route will take approximately one hour to complete. Registration opens at 9am, the walk will begin from 10am, last start will be at 1pm. The walk is roughly 5K / 3 miles. 

Unfortunately, doggies need to stay at home for this event, I am sure they have had enough time with you this year - a little break will do them some good (and you) 

Whilst the Countess has very kindly allowed us to use Broadlands Estate, the fields are used for crops and unfortunately, we are unable to use this space for car parking. There are eight Council operated pay and display car parks in Romsey. They are: Broadwater Road, Church Road, Newton Lane, Car Park 7 Lortemore Place, Crosfield Hall, Princes Road, Alma Road and Romsey Rapids. For more information, please visit

If you have any questions or are interested in volunteering for at the walk, please email [email protected]  

Walk Your Way  

If you would prefer to Walk Your Way choose a route that is special to you, share your images and stories with us on social media using the #MSW2021. The Mountbatten Sunflower Walk is all about raising funds, spreading sunshine and cheer…come along and be part of it!  

We know that large gatherings are not everyone’s cup of tea at the moment, but some people still wish to be part of the magic that is the Mountbatten Sunflower Walk.  

If you would like to take part, you can ‘Walk Your Way’ get creative and complete the walk your way, run, skip jog, row, or walk somewhere that mean something special to you.  

From the 1 June through to the 5 July, we are asking you to take on your own personal challenge and be part of this incredible community event.  


How to fundraise 

Fundraising can seem daunting but doesn’t need to be hard work. We are here to offer support and advice on how to make the most of your fundraising

As we support you to remember loved ones, we also ask that you remember Mountbatten Hampshire. As an independent charity, we must raise more than £7m each and every year, to ensure we can care for the growing number of people who need us. We are so thankful for everything you do to support your local hospice. 

If you are taking part in ether Walk your Way or the Mountbatten Sunflower Walk and wish to raise much needed funds, create your Just Giving page here and make a difference to your local community 

Did you know? 

£100 could provide a course of bereavement support sessions 

£200 could give someone a day of personal care, helping them remain in the comfort of their own home 

£250 could pay for a Mountbatten Nurse to be with a dying patient at home during the night  

£350 could pay for a 24-hour stay in a bed on our hospice ward  

Thank you, we look forward to either seeing you on the day of the event or sharing your routes, pictures, and fundraising targets on social media with #MSW2021.  

 If you have any questions or are interested in volunteering for at the walk, please email [email protected]  

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