Event Date

Putney Bridge Approach
SW15 2JQ
United Kingdom

Guaranteed Charity Place

Charity Place: Fundraising Option:

You must pay an initial registration fee to sign up - the fee is paid per person and  commit to raising the fundraising pledge- 50% of which is due  6 weeks prior to the challenge. The remaining 50% is due four weeks after the challenge

  • Full Challenge- £70 + £395 fundraising pledge
  • Half Challenge - £50 Registration fee + £275 fundraising pledge
  • Quarter Challenge - £40 Registration fee + £150 fundraising pledge

For more information, please get in touch on e: teamsands@sands.org.uk , t: 02038976092 or send us a message on our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/sandscharity)!

To join as a self funder:

You pay an upfront fee for the cost of your place and may fundraise for us with no minimum sponsorship.

Self-funding costs are:

  • 100K - £175
  • 50K - £125
  • 25K - £70

100K, 50K and 25K

Following the legendary river. You can walk, jog or even run along a river which has shaped not only London but the United Kingdom. It is an event which will test your stamina and determination, you’ll be fully supported all the way, and rewarded with a huge sense of achievement and satisfaction.

Everyone will start at Putney Bridge, working your way past the historic Hampton Court Palace where people doing the 25K challenge will finish in the shadow of the historic palace. The 50K and 100K participants will pass  the legendary Teddington studios before heading past Runnymede made famous by the Magna Carta and home to the finish line for the 50K particpants. The 100K participants finish in the town which is the home of rowing, Henley. 

For taking on the challenge along the banks of one of the world's most famous rivers, we will support your with:

•             Free Sands wicking top or t shirt,

•             Fundraising Pack

•             Fundraising advice from our team to help you achieve your target.

Through taking on the Thames Path Challenge, you will raise much needed money to help us prevent more babies from dying and meet the growing need for our support services.