Join us 26 May to mark 10th Anniversary of Jimmy’s death when hundreds of For Jimmy supporters walk 21 of London’s bridges from Richmond to Tower Bridge.
Jimmy Mizen was murdered during an unprovoked attack in his local High Street a day after his 16th birthday. Walking For Jimmy started in 2013 to celebrate what would have been Jimmy’s 21st birthday.
“It was a really great experience last year. It’s always worth doing something like this for a good cause and when you get to that last stretch, it is simply exhilarating.”
There are three routes to choose from all ending at Tower Bridge, with the shortest route being family friendly and we welcome parents with children.
Routes & Timelines
Seven bridges Family Walk starting at Southbank Centre (4 miles) – 14:00-15:00
Fourteen bridges walking from Putney Bridge (13 miles) – 13:00-14:00
Twenty-one bridges from Richmond to Tower Bridge (22 miles) – 8.30-9.15
Join our growing community of supporters, raise awareness and help support our work on making communities safer for children and young adults.
Each year our wonderful volunteers help us make Walking For Jimmy a success and a fantastic experience for our walkers. If you would like to volunteer please email firstname.lastname@example.org