Two billion people in the world don’t have their rubbish collected, and WasteAid needs your help! We are raising money to train more communities in simple recycling techniques, creating jobs and keeping plastic out of the oceans.

Join WasteAid and friends for the annual Walk for WasteAid – this time through the city of London!

 

Starting near Putney Bridge (Fulham, west London), we will head east towards the City, zigzagging across the array of historic bridges, with a break for lunch in Vauxhall. The finish line is in Southwark past the majestic Tower Bridge.

Everyone is welcome, and there is no obligation to complete the full 25km. Anyone preferring to do the 10km walk can join the group at lunchtime.

Walk for WasteAid organiser, Sally Talbot said: “We are looking forward to meeting old friends and new at the biggest ever ‘Walk for WasteAid’. It’s easy to sign up and everyone is welcome to join us and have some fun. We’ll be doing a litter pick along the way and providing refreshments at the start, middle and finish line. It’s a beautiful route through the historic city of London, and not to be missed!”

WasteAid has also created an exciting range of sponsorship opportunities to enable partners to show their support. If you would like to be an event sponsor please email zoe@wasteaid.org.uk.

Walk for WasteAid – 23 June 2018

Bridging the Global Recycling Gap

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The best way to join the Walk for WasteAid is as part of a team, so why not ask your friends a colleagues to take part too? It’s a fun way to make new friends and meet other people who support cleaner seas and a healthier environment for all.

WasteAid supporters make it happen!

WasteAid supporters make it happen – the first Walk for WasteAid, 2016

Mike Webster, WasteAid CEO said: “Previously the Walk for WasteAid has seen supporters climb to the top of Mount Snowdon and Scafell Pike, the highest peaks in Wales and England. This year we’d like to attract loads more of you to join us, and we’re hoping that the London Bridges walk will bring plenty of you out in support.”

Help make the event special in your own way, whether it’s fancy dress, playing an instrument made from rubbish, or even carrying a wheelie bin on your back!

Andrew Jenkins climbed Mt Snowdon with a wheelie bin full of (recyclable) rubbish on his back, Walk for WasteAid 2016

  • Fully supported 25km Walk
  • Fundraise for WasteAid or self-fund 
  • Join as an individual or a team
  • Start near Putney Bridge – Fulham
  • Warm up at start
  • Free litterpickers on request
  • Free ‘Walk for WasteAid 2018’ T-shirt to wear
  • Free branded re-usable water bottle
  • 10am to midday start times
  • Souvenir route map – bridge facts
  • Midpoint stop, free snacks and bottle refill point
  • Sponsorship packages available
  • Medal & food at finish

Help us make this the best Walk for Waste yet! Spread the word via your favourite social media channels and among your friends and colleagues.

Walk for WasteAid – 23 June 2018

Bridging the Global Recycling Gap

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Sign up by clicking here. If you have any other questions about joining the Walk for WasteAid 2018 please contact sally@wasteaid.org.uk.

Download the Press Release.

See the range of sponsorship opportunities.

Lambeth Bridge, London. Image credit with thanks: Will Pearson Photography

Thanks – and we look forward to seeing you in London on 23 June!

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