Walk the Thames 2016

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Over 250 people walked the 2016 Walk the Thames. Some walked a half marathon, some a full marathon. Some people ran it. Mr Justice Haddon-Cave ran the full marathon! Between them the walkers and runners raised a wonderful £30,000.

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The walk started at 8.30 at Norton Rose Fulbright's offices More London Riverside behind City Hall and the  first half marathon ended in Putney where the second half marathon started.  The full marathon and second half marathon ended  in Hampton Court. The first full marathon walkers to finish arrived in Hampton Court at 4.30. The last at about 9.45. 

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Bottles Of Get More

This year, we are very grateful to have Get More supporting Walk the Thames, having donated 300 bottles of their vitamin water to the start of the walk to keep our walkers refreshed!

What's more? They're delicious AND packed with vitamins to give our walkers that extra boost.

Photo Competition

Congratulations to our photo competition winners:

Steffan Bowling - Best View of the Walk

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Melissa Matkin - Best Team Photo

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'BEST VIEW OF THE WALK' PRIZE

The special prize for the best photo is a voucher for unforgettable photography workshops with Anothony Epes, donated by Cities at Dawn.

"Photographing cities at dawn is a photographers paradise. The light is incredible and the city is virtually empty. I love teaching workshops and sharing my passion, skills and creativity. Photography has taught me so much about how to appreciate this amazing world that we live in - and I love to share it with people who have as much passion for photography as I do."Anthony 

Cities at Dawn Contact: Diana Bird, 020 7928 4178

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'BEST TEAM PHOTO' PRIZE

Street Snappers photography workshop to the value of £125.

"Led by a professional street photographer and with a maximum of six participants, this street photography workshop is structured, challenging and inspiring - as well as being great fun. Develop your skills and build your confidence in the exciting world of street photography."

 To book: 0207 412 8918  bookings@streetsnappers.com

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