Latest Events.

 

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Bristol Meet Up

We're heading to Bristol! Come and join us to hear more about our award winning International Challenges Programme on Thursday 1st February. We'll be talking about our award-winning Sierra Leone Marathon and West Africa Cycle Challenge and ways you can get involved and visit our work this summer.

Date: Thursday 1st February

Time: 6:30 - 8:30pm

Location: The Old Fish Market, 59 Baldwin Street, Bristol, BS1 1QZ

RSVP: slmarathon@street-child.co.uk

 

 

January Meet Up

Fancy learning more about the Sierra Leone Marathon? Join us at the Running Works on 18th January to find our more about our incredible event! We'll be answering questions about the trip, you can meet the team and some of this year's participants, and we'll be sharing details about our incredible discount and beach extension! 

Date: Thursday 18th January

Time: 6:30-8:30pm

Location: The Running Works, 28-30 Houndsditch, London EC3A 7DB

RSVP: slmarathon@street-child.co.uk

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November Meet Up

Interested in taking on the Sierra Leone Marathon next year? Come along and enjoy a drink whilst learning a bit more about the trip and the race itself. We'll be sharing details of the week and the different ways you can get involved - whether you're a keen marathon runner or more interested in one of our volunteering options. Joined by the Street Child team and registered runners, it will be a great chance to get to know the growing SLM community.

Date: Wednesday 29th November

Time: 6:30-8:30pm

Location: Gallery Room, The Counting House | 50 Cornhill, London, EC3V 3PD

 

The Winter Ball.

Thank you to everyone who joined us at the Street Child Winter Ball on 18th November, we hope you had a great night! Together we raised over £70k for our future work, almost all of which is eligible for doubling, taking the total way past £100k - thank you for getting behind Street Child and joining us in changing the lives of some of the most vulnerable children!