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Celebrating our 10th Anniversary

Article 26th February 2019 Epsom Downs

The Derby Walk which takes place on Sunday 19th May is a charity walk from Knightsbridge, London to Epsom Downs racecourse, home of the Investec Derby.

Are you looking to fundraise for your favourite charity or cause? Walk in the footsteps of millions of race fans, who through the years have made their way to this world famous historic event. The Derby? Then this is an event for you. 

Whilst on the walk you will have the chance to take in some of London’s most beautiful sites. The walk begins just a stones throw from the original Tattersalls building at Hyde Park corner. Then, walk from Constitution Hill, Buckingham Palace, Birdcage walk, and Westminster, through to some of her famous suburbs, Kennington, Clapham, Tooting, Wimbledon and Epsom. Finishing with a climb along history laden Chalk Lane, site of The Amato pub and The Durdans. The reward for your efforts is a two course meal plus bubbles at the racecourse and the photo opportunity of a lifetime.

From its inception in 2009 when Edward Gillespie and Stephen Wallis, both Epsom racecourse MD’s joined the walk we’ve had a plethora racing folk including; Dave Yates (Newsboy), Lee Mottershead, Lucinda Cavendish, Harry Dunlop, Julia Budd, Godolphin, Racing TV, Racing Post, Kate Austin, JSC Sport plus many more, either walk or support us in some way.

Tickets for this event are limited and are apt to sell very quickly. For more information check out the event details. So, whether you fancy a Sunday morning stroll, a fundraising walk, or trying to beat the walk record of under 4 hours join us on Sunday 19th May. JS

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