Join Wayne Sleep in march to beat prostate cancer in the Olympic Park

PUBLISHED: 11:30 16 June 2017 | UPDATED: 11:30 16 June 2017

Wayne Sleep will be leading the March for Men in the Olympic Park this weekend to raise awareness of prostate cancer.

Wayne Sleep will be leading the March for Men in the Olympic Park this weekend to raise awareness of prostate cancer.


Celebrity ballet dancer Wayne Sleep is leading a march in the Olympic Park to help beat prostate cancer.

Wayne, who was diagnosed with prostate cancer om 2-15, is urging Londoners to put their best foot forward and March for Men on Saturday 17th June (Father’s Day Weekend).

He said: “We need Londoners to shout and make a noise about prostate cancer by joining in this event to help stop this being a killer.”

The London March for Men finishes at an event village where there will be food, drink and music.

Angela Culhane, Chief Executive at Prostate Cancer UK, said: “Prostate Cancer UK’s new walking programme aiming to bring people together throughout the UK to celebrate the lives of those who’ve beaten prostate cancer and to remember those who have been sadly lost to the disease.”

To sign up to the London March for Men, visit

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