PHOTOCALL NOTICE 15,000 walkers saddle up for the MoonWalk London

Breast cancer charity Walk the Walk is celebrating the 21st MoonWalk London with a Wild West themed Midnight Marathon.

A group of Walkers at The MoonWalk London  

  • What: The MoonWalk London 2018
  • When: Saturday 12th May (8pm) to Sunday 13th May (1pm)
  • Where: Walk the Walk’s Pink Palace on Clapham Common
  • About: Grant-making breast cancer charity Walk the Walk is celebrating its 21st MoonWalk London with a Wild West themed event, which will see 15,000 women and men wearing brightly decorated bras and specially-designed Stetsons, as they Power Walk a Full Marathon (26.2 miles) or Half Marathon (13.1+2 miles) through the streets of London at Midnight. It is hoped that the event will raise £6 million to help fight breast cancer.

Photo opportunities include:

  • 15,000 women and men taking part in what is thought to be the UK’s biggest-ever line dance ahead of setting off on The MoonWalk
  • Six men who have all had breast cancer on stage
  • Hundreds of men taking part in The MoonWalk wearing uniquely created t-shirts featuring blue bras
  • Nina Barough CBE, Founder and Chief Executive of Walk the Walk Worldwide
  • Harriet Thorpe, Actress and Walk the Walk Ambassador
  • Mary Yeates (87), our oldest walker
  • Iconic London landmarks lighting up pink for The MoonWalk including; The London Eye,  HMS Belfast, Sky Garden,  County Hall, Waterloo Bridge and Hungerford Bridge

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