Grab a free costume and show off your stripes on a Where’s Wally Fun Run to raise money for the National Literacy Trust. Families, children and dogs all
Grab a free costume and show off your stripes on a Where’s Wally Fun Run to raise money for the National Literacy Trust. Families, children and dogs all welcome for the 10th anniversary of the race.
When: March 26 at 9am
Where: Battersea Park
Ticket price: £15 per child and £20 per adult
Find out more and book here
Length: 5k, 10k or 1k (for children under 12)
More information from organisers:
Hundreds of runners, families, and book lovers will descend on Battersea Park for the fun run, raising money for the National Literacy Trust – back in person for the first time in three years!
Every runner taking part will be dressed up as beloved fictional character Where’s Wally. It will be a sight to behold on race day. There will be a sea of Wallys take on a 10km, 5km, or a 1km challenge for kids, in one of London’s most scenic parks.
The race is fun for all the family (including furry friends!) and perfect for everyone from casual runners, families walking together, to serious runners looking for a not-so-serious challenge ahead of the London Marathon. Once registered, all runners will be able to order their free Where’s Wally? costume for the Fun Run, complete with the iconic glasses and bobble hat. Furthermore, every ‘Wally’ taking part will also receive a collectible medal on completion of the race.
All Day (Sunday)