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Walk for the animals 2012
Posted 20 June 2012
Animal Aid’s 9th annual sponsored walk is to be held again on London’s beautiful Hampstead Heath on Saturday 7th July.
The stars of the walk this year are two beautiful Pomeranians called Pasha and Zeta who will tear around Hampstead Heath to complete the 10km walk. They live with an Animal Aid supporter and are so looking forward to the attention and raising vital funds for our campaign work.
If you have never taken part before, you have missed out on an enjoyable, relaxing and healthy event amongst like-minded people. The walk is 10km (7 miles) in all, but you can go at your own pace. It is spread over four laps. This year there is also a shorter, flatter 1 mile route for those who prefer it.
We meet close to the bandstand, near the Parliament Hill café at 12.45pm. Then at 1pm, we all set off. Vegan Campaigns will be on hand with delicious cold buffet snacks for sale as you complete your laps.
Parking is limited, so we recommend public transport. The following buses take you straight to the Heath: 214, C2 and C11. Kentish Town is the nearest tube and Gospel Oak is the closest main line station. If you are driving, there is a car park at the Lido.
Everyone who completes the walk will receive a certificate signed by Animal Aid’s director, Andrew Tyler, and a glass of bubbly.
If you would like to take part with Pasha and Zeta, please email Mark Phillips on firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01732 364546 ext 223 for your registration pack.
If you can't come along on the day, please consider sponsoring Pasha and Zeta to do the walk.