The London MoonWalk

Thousands of men and women will be heading to Clapham Common on the evening of 10 May to take part in this year's London MoonWalk, raising money for the Walk the Walk charity which organises the event.

More than 15,000 people will be setting off from Clapham Common on either a half or full marathon through the streets of London. The event takes a new route this year, but participants will still enjoy a fantastic Saturday night tour of London and it's main tourist spots.

Check the London weather forecast before taking part in the power-walking marathon or if you are supporting those taking part.

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10 May - Will the weather be kind to those taking part in the London MoonWalk?

About the MoonWalk

The Moonwalk is the brainchild of Nina Barough. In 1996 Nina and friends walked the New York marathon in highly decorated bras to increase awareness of breast cancer.

Now a registered charity under the name Walk the Walk, the MoonWalk is an annual event in London raising millions to increase awareness of breast cancer and to aid further research into the disease. For further information about the event visit the official MoonWalk London website.

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