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Thames Bridge Trek

Thames Bridge Trek

Sat, 09 Sep 23

Take on the incredible Thames Bridge Trek, and help power Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders (MSF)'s emergency medical teams to save lives.

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  • Registration fee: from £15
  • Fundraising target: from £135

The event

Join 2,000 walkers and trek across the Capital taking in unrivalled views of the skyline, and historic landmarks.

Whether you’re a walker and new to challenge events, a regular hiker, or someone who just wants a great day out, this event is for you!

Trek for MSF

The route

Setting out from Putney Bridge, head East towards the City, zig-zagging over 16 historic bridges – each with its own fascinating story – and a midpoint rest stop near The Oval Cricket Ground for some snacks & drinks. 25km later, it’s a party-style finish line celebration in Southwark Park past the final crossing – the majestic Tower Bridge.

Funding options

Choose the right funding option for you, it's your challenge, your way:

  • Full sponsorship: Pay a registration fee of £15 and fundraise at least £245
  • Mixed funding: Pay a registration fee of £45 and fundraise at least £135
  • Self funding: Pay a registration fee of £79 and fundraise as much as you can!

How MSF will support you

  • Support from our dedicated events team, fundraising help and tips
  • Fundraising materials and online resources to help you reach your fundraising target
  • MSF running top or t-shirt to wear with pride on the day

Trek for MSF

Get in touch with the team

Any questions? Send a message to our Fundraising team, we'd love to hear from you.

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Fundraising resources

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