Gloucester Rugby Club has teamed up with Cotswold Care Hospice for a special fundraising event - for the blokes.
The charity's first Men's Walk will be staged on Sunday March 13, starting and finishing at Kingsholm.
Men can choose between a five-mile and10-mile route. They will finish by returning through the players' tunnel and a lap around the pitch.
As a reward for their efforts, the men will enjoy a pie, a pin tand a chance to watch a Six Nations match (England v Scotland) on the big screen inthe 1873 suite. Families can also join the men at Kingsholm.
The walk is supported by Olivier Azam, Raging Bull and former Gloucester and England player Phil Vickery.
Every year Cotswold Care Hospice supports more than 500 people with life-limiting illnesses and their families in Gloucestershire. All of its services are provided free of charge.
The charity receives less than 10 per cent of funding from the Government. The remaining 90 per cent comes from fundraising.
"I have a friend whose wife is being support by a hospice so we know how important places like Cotswold Care are," said Olivier."I would encourage all men to sign up and do their bit by raising money for this worthwhile cause."
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