If you are looking for something fun to do one of these summer nights in London, that not only includes social aspects but a charitable cause, then look no further then the Thames hospicecare walk. Thames hospice created a fun sunrise and midnight walk a couple years ago to raise necessary finances to continue caring for patients with cancer and other life-threatening illnesses and is back this year for more giving fun.
The Thames Hospicecare midnight walk will take place on Saturday the 30th of June and is a perfect event for a leisurely and fun walk through London and on the River Thames where many people enjoy a London river cruise. The midnight walk is for a great cause and participants are able to select either a six or thirteen mile route which will start at midnight. Entrants of the Thames Hospicecare walk will fit with the midnight theme by wearing their funky pyjamas and receiving a free night cap which they can decorate how they like. At the finish line a well deserved, midnight snack in the form of a continental breakfast will be served. The Thames Hospicecare walk is open to anyone over the age of fourteen, an entry fee of £15 is required and you receive a free night cap, a medal and a goody bag. Michelle Bowdidge, Hospicecare’s event fundraiser has said, ‘We still have plenty of places for our walk and would love to fill these as soon as possible and it would be absolutely fantastic to exceed last year’s number of 450 walkers in this very special 25th anniversary year for THc.’
The Thames Hospicecare midnight walk is a perfect opportunity to enjoy a warm summer evening whilst meeting some new people, getting some exercise and giving to a good cause. One is alble to enjoy the beauty of London and the iconic Thames River where many a disco cruise happens whilst seeing the city in a totally different light.