07 Apr CALM – Lost Hours Walk – 30th-31st October 2021
CALM - Lost Hours Walk
October 30, 2021 - October 31, 2021
9:00 pm - 7:00 am
We are delighted to be working with CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably) in the delivery of their annual overnight fundraising walk through London. There are two route choices – 10miles or 20miles, with walkers raising awareness and walking in memory of those lost to suicide.
Date of Walk
Overnight on October 30th / 31st 2021
- Walk past some famous London landmarks – Cutty Sark, The Shard, Big Ben, Trafalgar Square, Buckingham Palace and the Royal Albert Hall
- Fully supported with staff and vehicles
- Refreshment stop
- pie support crew
- Option to join for a full 20 mile loop walk or a 10 mile linear route
Route overview – Subject to Change!
We meet from 9pm for registration and a safety briefing. You’ll be provided with electronic route files in advance, before being set off in pre-determined waves.
The route starts at Queens House, Greenwich, and snakes its way along the banks of the Thames. You’ll head west upstream north of the river taking in the famous sites of Tower Bridge, The Tate and Buckingham Palace. There will be a half way point for the 20 milers for refreshments at the same location as the finish point for the 10 milers.
- Support along the route
- Full support crew looking after you
- Medical backup
- Refreshment stop en-route
- Route files and maps
- Fully recced route
- Kit lists & walker information document
- Post walk snacks
What’s Not Included
- Travel to / from the walk
- Food & drink other than that provided at the refreshment stops
CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably)
The Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) is leading a movement against suicide. Every week 125 people in the UK take their own lives. And 75% of all UK suicides are male. CALM are changing this through front line services, building communities and campaigning.
Fundraising and Sponsorship
More information will be released on fundraising and sponsorship on the Lost Hours Walk in due course. In the meantime there is more information on fundraising generally here.
Who are pie?
pie are unique in the industry offering only bespoke guided rides & walks for companies, charities and groups of individuals.
Looking After You
The event is fully supported with pie crew on the route, support vehicles, tour leaders and medics. There will be a refreshment stop and help along the route. Every walker will be given an emergency contact card with details of who they can call to ask for assistance if required.
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