Ten mile walk supporting people with cancer includes visits to London landmarks
Maggie's Culture Crawl is back in 2017, with a ten mile walk through London's streets promising an evening full of fun, food and culture on Friday 29 September.
Walkers are invited to join a behind the scenes experience starting at 7pm and stopping off at some of London’s most iconic landmarks, including The Design Museum, The V&A, The Museum of London and The Royal Academy of Arts – all to raise funds to help people with cancer.
At each venue along the route, culture crawlers will be treated to captivating cultural performances such as fantastic live music, spectacular arts and mouth-watering food.
This year, for the first time, there are two ways to register for Culture Crawl London- pay a registration fee and fundraise, or buy a ticket with no fundraising obligation.
Register and fundraise: £40 with a fundraising target of £150
Ticket only (no fundraising obligation): £120
Places are limited so register now. You can find out more and register here.
The registration fee will help to cover the cost of the event.
Maggie’s Centre, in a building designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, with gardens by Dan Pearson is at Charing Cross Hospital in Fulham Palace Road and provides free emotional, practical and social support to people with cancer and their families and friends.
August 2, 2017