For Jimmy’s annual fundraising event began back in 2013 as a way of celebrating what would have been Jimmy’s 21st birthday.
The Mizen family invited hundreds of supporters to join them walking across 21 of London’s bridges and the event has grown year-on-year ever since. Walking For Jimmy is a chance to join For Jimmy’s growing community of supporters, to raise awareness across the city and help support their work with young people in their communities.
Now moving into its sixth year in 2018, there are three routes to choose from all ending at Tower Bridge. If you’d like to be the first to hear about the launch of Walking For Jimmy 2018 then please sign up to our newsletter.
Seven bridges Family Walk starting at Southbank Centre (4 miles)
Fourteen bridges walking from Putney Bridge (13 miles)
Twenty-one bridges from Richmond (22 miles)
“I first walked 21 Bridges last year and enjoyed it immensely. The opportunity to share Jimmy’s story was the reason I wanted to walk. It’s a powerful story that needs to be spread far and wide.”
Nicole Kitchener, 2016