See London At Night On Pink Ribbonwalk

Laura Reynolds
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See London At Night On Pink Ribbonwalk

After a successful first event last year, the London at Night Pink Ribbonwalk is back next month, raising money for Breast Cancer Care.

Anyone can take part in the sponsored night time walk through the city, with a choice of three distances: five, 10, 0r 2o miles. Children over eight can take part in the shortest route, while 14 is the minimum age of the longer two routes.

All routes start in the grounds of the Imperial War Museum in Lambeth. The five mile route goes to St Paul's Cathedral and back, while the 20-miler also takes in Buckingham Palace, Oxford Street, Kensington and Chelsea.

All participants receive a hot meal at the finish, as well as a medal, T-shirt and goody bag. The walks start from 8.15pm, meaning that whichever route you opt for, there should be plenty of time for seeing the skyline lit up at night once it gets dark.

The Breast Cancer Care Pink Ribbonwalk takes place on 9 July 2016. Registration is £30 with a minimum fundraising amount of £100.

Last Updated 07 July 2016