Halloween Walk

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Event Type: Walk
Date: Saturday 27 October 2018
Location: Central London
Registration Fee: £60 - Self funder
Fundraising Target: Raise what you can
Level: Easy


Make this Halloween the spookiest ever and join Halloween walk through London. On the evening of 27 October, join other guys and ghouls walking 15km. You’ll warm up with Zombie Zumba, and set off from All Saint’s Church in Putney.

Bring your family and friends along and experience the spooky riverside route, with plenty of scares along the way! 


Join us on Saturday 27 October 2018.

How much?

Registration Fee: £60 - 15km



Join us for this 15km Halloween themed route around London. You'll warm up with Zombie Zumba before setting off on a spooktacular evening walk around London with Halloween treats along the way.

There are prizes for fancy dress so show off your best outfits and join in the fun!

The trek will take in some of London's most iconic landmarks, so why not trick or treat yourself to this 15km challenge this October!


When you fundraise for us, you’ll receive:

  • a welcome pack with fundraising help and materials
  • a free Cotton T-shirt top to represent us on the day
  • detailed training guides  
  • support from our dedicated events team to help you smash your fundraising target

Action Challenge provide:

  • Fully Signed 15KM route
  • Support guides & medics en route
  • Starts at Bishop's Park, Fulham
  • Coffee/tea/snacks at start
  • Zombie Zumba warm up!
  • Finish back at Bishop's Park & hot meal
  • Half way pit stop - themed snacks!
  • All dietary requirements catered 
  • Medal and big celebration finish!
  • Challenge App 
  • ...and plenty of fun scares!


For further information about the challenge,  please visit the Action Challenge website!

If you have any fundraising questions, you can get in touch with a member of the Challenge Events team by emailing [email protected], or give us a call on 0330 333 0804 and we will be delighted to help.

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