Red Cross Week: Raise Money in Red Shoes

Stroll around Cambridge, London or Bristol in a charity walk.

British Red Cross LogoTake part in the exclusive annual Red Cross ‘Red Shoe’ Walks here.

There will be three money-raising walks in three locations: London, Cambridge and Bristol.

The Walk in London begins and ends at the British Red Cross Office, Moorgate, EC2Y 9AL on Saturday 7th May 2016. It is either four or eight miles long.

On Sunday 15th of May 2016, The Walk in Bristol is a family-friendly six mile round trip from England to Wales and begins on the famous Severn Bridge, Bristol, BS35 4BL.

And the Cambridgeshire walk has no minimum sponsorship, on Sunday 29th of May 2016 you can walk anywhere between three to 10 miles around the beautiful Grafham Lake/Water Centre, Perry, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE28 0GW.

Red Cross asks for a registration fee of £10 and £50 of accumulated sponsorships for your walk (apart from the Cambridge walk, where there is no minimum). Participants should attend in their best shades of red and any pair of comfortable shoes, as red shoe covers will be provided.

How will your money make a difference?

By participating in this exclusive walk, your sponsorship will help the Red Cross aid people in crisis around the world.

The Red Cross Charity has and still is dedicated to aiding people in need/crisis around the world since 1870. The charity provides preparation resources for countries with high disaster risks, support to the UK emergency services, protecting people in armed conflict and so much more.

Article written by Ellie Bridger

Ellie Bridger
About the author

Eleanor Bridger is a writer from Rayleigh, Essex who was born on 5th December 1995. She is in her second year of completing a BA honours degree in Creative Writing at the University of Winchester - where she also serves as CW Student Representative for her year.

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