Maggie's Culture Crawl in Partnership with Open House London

Come with us as we head out into the night, discovering cultural, architectural and artistic delights in London, whilst raising as much as we can to support people with cancer and their family and friends.

Maggie’s Culture Crawl is a 15 mile part night walk, part cultural adventure, curated by the former Director of the National Portrait Gallery, Sandy Nairne. Starting at 6.30pm near St Pauls Cathedral and ending at Covent Garden you will enjoy exclusive access to unique buildings such as the Foreign & Commonwealth Office. You’ll encounter talented performers including the world renowned Royal Ballet and enjoy delicious food and drink along the way. So sign up today and come out walking with us on Friday 18 September to help people with cancer.

Our partnership with Maggie's promotes the importance of the built environment on our well being and this annual event launches the weekend of Open House activity. Take a look at last year’s Culture Crawl

How to Register
You can find out more and register on Maggie’s website
There is a registration fee of £40 and a fundraising pledge of £200.
You can register as an individual or put together a team. Please contact Maggie’s if you’d like to get your company involved as they can organise a presentation to your work colleagues.

Every year 300,000 people in the UK are diagnosed with cancer, facing tough questions, exhausting treatment and difficult emotions that can range from anxiety to loneliness and isolation. Maggie’s is here for everyone and anyone affected by cancer, offering a programme of support that has been shown to strengthen physical and emotional wellbeing. Taking part in Maggie’s Culture Crawl is a fantastic way to raise funds to support the Maggie's Centre here in London, as well as plans to extend their network of support throughout the UK over the next few years. Maggie’s second centre in London, opening in 2016 will be Maggie’s Barts in the grounds of St Bartholomew’s Hospital. Steven Holl Architects are currently designing the building.



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