Join 2000 trekkers across 16 of the capital's historic bridges taking in the fantastic views of the skyline on some of the best vantage points in the city.
25km charity challenge walk over 16 of the capital's bridges giving spectacular views over the London skyline!
From Putney Bridge to Southwark you'll trek over this array of historic bridges, each with its own story:
Once you've completed your trek, keep discovering the capital and everything on offer by making a weekend of it. There's plenty of inspiration and accomodation for every budget at Visit London.
Seize this opportunity for a focus for your summer training. Training will give you the best chance of enjoying the event itself.
Rest stops midway | Tented village at the start | Challenge App | Finish times & Certificate | Medics & First Aid | Hot food, snacks & drinks | Chip timing & tracking | Full route signage & maps | Emergency support | Sports massage | Medal, finisher T-shirt & fizz! | Sports massage
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The blood cancer research charity.
Blood cancer is the fifth most common cancer, claiming more lives each year than breast or prostate cancer. Bloodwise are committed to funding research into treatments and played a part in blood cancer being transformed from a fatal disease to one where many people now survive.
Any money you raise helps them to fund over 400 researchers working on over 160 projects in the UK to continue this progress.
Registered no: 216032
The UK’s leading support and research charity for the 850,000 people living with dementia, their families and carers.
In the UK there are currently around 850,000 people living with dementia and this is expected to increase to over one million by 2025. With no current cure for the causes of dementia, the Alzheimer's Society is committed to campaigning for change, finding a cure and supporting those people living with dementia now.
Your fundraising can help them continue this vital work.
Registered no: 296645
Transforming the lives of vulnerable children & young people in the UK.
Tackling the challenges faced by the UK’s most vulnerable children and young people, both physical and mental, has never been more complex.
Barnardo's currently protects and supports over 300,000 children, young people, parents and carers to help every child fulfil their potential through their local services, campaigns and research. £25 could provide a young person with bedding and a safe place to sleep or £100 could provide four mentoring sessions to a young person leaving care.
Registered no: 216250 / SC037605
Coronary heart disease is the UK's single biggest killer but the BHF is leading the fight against it.
Seven million people of all ages in the UK live with heart and circulatory diseases, which kill one in four people. The British Heart Foundation has already funded lifesaving research, campaigns and ongoing care and support for patients.
Their aim is to fund more than £1bn of cardiovascular research over the next ten years but they need your help. Every £25 could pay for one hour of research by one of their early career scientists or £20 could provide an hour of Helpline support from a Cardiac Nurse.
Registered no: 225971
Supporting children and young people with terminal illnesses.
Delmelza offers specialist care and support to children and young people with a life-limiting condition across South East London, Kent and East Sussex together with their loved ones so they can enjoy their time left together as a family.
They are currently caring for around 750 families but with your help they would like to reach many more as every £100 raised helps to fund an evening of respite care.
Registered no: 1039651
Providing specialist dementia support for families through their Admiral Nurse service.
Dementia UK's Admiral Nurses offer one-to-one support, expert guidance and practical solutions that can be difficult to find elsewhere. They believe that everyone who needs the support of a specialist dementia nurse should get one, and are working hard to increase the number of Admiral Nurses across the UK.
With your help £27 could pay for an Admiral Nurse for an hour or £70 could help fund a Helpline Admiral Nurse for two hours.
Registered no: 1039404
Know Diabetes. Fight Diabetes.
Someone is diagnosed with diabetes every two minutes. Diabetes UK is working to prevent Type 2 diabetes, campaign and support people affected by diabetes and fund research that will ultimately lead to a cure.
From your fundraising support £50 could buy a research kit to analyse changes in immune cells and £100 can fund half an hour with their helpline to give much needed advice.
Registered no: 215199
Celebrating 25 years bringing magical experiences to courageous kids
Last year Happy Days helped almost 26,000 UK children living with mental, physical and emotional difficulties by providing them with special days and trips to help them get out, have fun, meet people and develop new skills.
£20 can fund a day at the seaside for a child with an incurable condition or £50 can help Happy Days take a theatre show to a Special Educational Needs School.
Registered no: 1010943
Granting magical wishes to children fighting life-threatening conditions.
Make-A-Wish UK has granted more than 13,000 life changing wishes to children with critical illnesses, whether it be a holiday, a bedroom makeover, meeting a hero, or a day out - all with the aim of wonder, joy and hope at a time of most need.
Of money you raise, £7 could buy a bucket and spade to play in the sand on a holiday wish or £50 could pay for a football shirt for a child to wear watching their team play.
Registered no: 295672/SC037479
Care and support through terminal illness.
Marie Curie provides around the clock support to people in the UK living with a terminal illness. Either in people's homes or in their hospices, nurses help patients achieve the best quality of life possible, managing pain and providing emotional support to the whole family.
Funds you raise can help them reach more people, £20 could pay for one hour or £180 could provide nine hours of nursing support through the night, for someone in the comfort of their own home bringing the expert care and comfort families need.
Registered no: 207994
Our vision is a world free from the effects of MS.
Today multiple sclerosis is relentless, painful and exhausting. But tomorrow we believe can change that. Our ultimate goal is to find a cure. Until then, we're working to make sure no one has to face MS alone. Everything we do is guided by people with MS. Because together, we're stronger.
Last year, we reached thousands of people with help and support through our MS Helpline and grants. We successfully campaigned on the issues that matter most to our community. And we continued to invest in ground-breaking research to stop MS in its tracks.
We couldn’t do this without the supporter of thousands of fundraisers like you. £10 of funds you raise could help us support someone calling the MS helpline, or £100 could pay for half an hour of MRI use, so researchers can monitor the success of clinical trials and understand MS in more detail.
Registered no: 1139257
Every childhood is worth fighting for.
The NSPCC specialises in child protection by changing UK laws, seeking to protect children at risk of abuse or supporting children that have been abused to rebuild their lives.
Around 90% of their income comes from public donations where just £3 could pay for their Speak out. Stay Safe programme to reach a child in primary school or £40 could pay to answer 10 Childline calls from children in need of help.
Registered no: 216401/SC037717
Find a cure and improve life for everyone affected by Parkinson’s.
Around one UK adult in every 350 is diagnosed with Parkinson's, a progressive brain condition that can affect movement, sleep, memory and mental health.
Parkinson's UK funds ground-breaking research into a cure and new treatments, campaigns for better awareness and provides support to people affected by Parkinson's.
You can help raise funds where £20 funds an hour of specialist nursing care, £48 funds a clinical researcher for two hours or £140 pays for ten helpline advisers to provide advice and information.
Registered no: 258197
Funding medical research projects to secure a future without prostate cancer.
Last year 56,000 men were diagnosed with prostate cancer in the UK. They are someone's grandfather, father, brother, or son.
Whilst prostate cancer is treatable in the prostate, once it spreads to other parts of the body, it becomes incurable and life-limiting. Our aim is simple: to fund the ground-breaking research into developing patient first treatments, which provide hope and a future for men and their families.
Thanks to our fundraisers, we have recently increased the number of medical research projects we fund by 175%. It is our hope that this will lead to further breakthroughs and the development of future therapies for men with prostate cancer.
Registered no: 1156027
Pioneering new cancer treatments to create a future beyond cancer.
The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity supports world leading care at The Royal Marsden Cancer Centre through innovative research and investment in pioneering equipment and facilities. Their research, including clinical trials, gives patients across the world access to new treatments.
Of money you may raise £25 could allow a patient to see a hair loss specialist or £150 can help with investment in the best 3D mammography.
Registered no: 1095197
Dedicated support for young people aged 13 to 24 diagnosed with cancer.
Every day in the UK around seven young people are diagnosed with cancer aged 13 to 24. Teenage Cancer Trust provides specialised support and expert treatment needed but they can currently only help half of those diagnosed.
Help them do more and reach more young people where just £60 raised could fund 2 hours care and support from an expert nurse.
Registered no: 1062559
Moving further and faster to help everyone affected by a brain tumour.
With 102,000 people living with a brain tumour and survival rates of just 11%, The Brain Tumour Charity is working to double survival by 2025 and ultimately towards a cure. They are committed to saving lives by providing support for those diagnosed and their loved ones, and funding research to find new treatments.
Of your fundraising, £15 could pay for a comforting Brainy Bag for a child who has been diagnosed or £25 could pay for an hour of support from a specialist nurse for a brain tumour patient.
Registered no: 1150054
Providing clean water and decent toilets to everyone, everywhere.
Across the world, one in ten people do not have clean water nearby. WaterAid is influencing governments and working across 28 countries to make access to clean water, toilets and hygiene the norm. Since 1981 they've helped over 27 million people, but want to reach everyone.
£10 you raise could buy one metre of pipe that will deliver clean water where needed.
Registered no: 288701 / SC039479
Pay the sign-up fee to secure your place on the challenge.
Commit to fundraising this amount for charity. The cost of the challenge is deducted from your fundraising and the charity receives the balance.
25km £5 entry + raise £245.
This is your chance to do something amazing and support a fantastic cause - don't let the fundraising put you off! Charities are great at helping people fundraise and you're going to have heaps of fun in the process.
Get in touch with the team now to find out more and secure your place in the challenge.