Walking For Jimmy, Saturday 27th May 2017
The event began back in 2013 as a way of celebrating what would have been Jimmy’s 21st birthday. We invited hundreds of our supporters to join us walking 21 of London’s bridges from Richmond to Tower Bridge and the event has grown year-on-year ever since. Alongside raising awareness across the city, the money raised has been vital in helping us build Safe Havens with young people in their communities.
“I really support and respect everything Jimmy’s family has done to make something good come out of his death. I’d only heard about the walk this year or I’d have done it before!”
Rosie O’Gorman, 2016
Walking For Jimmy is your chance to join our growing community of supporters. Along with exploring London on three different routes that span the length of the river Thames from Richmond to Tower Bridge; our walkers will share Jimmy’s story and spread our message of peace across the capital.
Now in its fifth year, we have three routes to choose from all ending at Tower Bridge.
- 7 bridges from Hungerford Bridge (4 miles. Family Route led by Margaret Mizen)
- 14 bridges from Putney Bridge (13 miles)
- 21 bridges from Richmond Bridge (22 miles)