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Christian Aid Walk

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Join with hundreds of other walkers to fight poverty step by step.

This circular walk (8.5km or 6km) around the City of London visits historic churches, passes world-famous sights, including the Tower of London and St Paul's Cathedral, and explores little known backstreets and buildings. For younger walkers there is a scavenger hunt, face-painting, giant games and balloon modelling.

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Telephone: 0207 523 2331
Contact name: Cat Goldson

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