I am always happy to give a shout-out for a good cause, particularly if it includes beer.
The 16th annual 10km London Pride Walk takes place from the Fullers Brewery at 11am on Sunday 19th June in support of Cancer Research UK, specifically Hammersmith Hospital.
I have enjoyed this event for many years; either walking, running (I was fit enough once), pub crawling (that's more like it - a slightly slower pace) and in the last couple of years volunteering to help the team from CRUK. It is a family event with a really friendly feeling, with local people supported by a local brewery raise funds for a local charity while having great fun.
I wrote about last years event here where you can see how much I enjoy the event (and the beer).
The route follows the Thames path over Chiswick and Hammersmith Bridges starting and ending at the Griffin Brewery.
The charge to join in is a fiver though plenty of people take it as an opportunity to raise extra sponsorship for the worthy cause.
Just pitch up and register on the day though the well organised should register in advance here.
I look forward to seeing one or two of you on the day.
A few more details from the press release :
The event starts at 11am and the 10km can be completed as a swift run, an easy jog or a relaxed stroll. Afterwards there will be many attractions in Homefield Park next to the brewery. Participants will be greeted at the end with a complimentary drink from sponsors Fullers. An organic BBQ is planned, massages for aching limbs, live music and lots of stalls and fair-like attractions. Scientists from Hammersmith Hospital will be there on the day to explain a little more about their research and will be extracting DNA from strawberries to demonstrate some of the techniques used.