Got What It Takes To Climb The Walkie Talkie?

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Got What It Takes To Climb The Walkie Talkie?

This is a sponsored article on behalf of Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity.

This year, take on a brand new challenge in aid of Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity. The Walkie Talkie Tower Climb, taking place on 3 March, is a stair sprint, tackling the 36 floors of 20 Fenchurch Street.

You'll need to be super-fit to take on this sponsored run with a difference, which boasts incredible 360 degree views of London when you get to the top.

This tower climb is a once in a lifetime chance to take on over 800 stairs at one of the tallest buildings in the City of London, all while supporting the incredible work that GOSH does everyday to help seriously ill children.

GOSH Charity raises money for the hospital's most urgent needs including pioneering new treatments and research, providing cutting edge equipment and supporting the redevelopment of the hospital to provide state-of-the-art facilities to match the hospital's world-class care.

Runners will receive a medal and well-deserved complimentary drink in the Sky Garden once they've completed the challenge, as well as a race vest upon signing up. Early Bird entry is £20 for adults, and open to anyone aged 16 and over.

If keeping fit is one of your 2018 resolutions, then this is the event for you. You'll need thighs of steel, a determined mind, and a head for heights if you're going to tackle the many stairs of 20 Fenchurch Street.

Make 2018 the year to take on this one of a kind challenge for charity  — with a bonus of stunning views of the City. For more information, and to sign up for the Walkie Talkie Tower Climb, visit the website.

Last Updated 25 January 2018