21st September 2016
Edward Williams Architects team at the Maggie's Culture Crawl London 2016
Last Friday, 16th of September, the Edward Williams Architects team walked 10miles in the night across London as part of the Culture Crawl London 2016 to raise money for Maggie’s Centres.
Walking through the city at night exploring the architecture and culture has been a wonderful way to support Maggie’s, because evidence shows that a combination of exercise, environment and creative expression can strengthen physical and emotional wellbeing for people living with cancer.
We had a lot of fun, painting our faces with the EWA logo and glitters, chatting along the way and enjoying a quite London by night, visiting places and nibbling on sweets and tea offered at the stations, and making to the finishing line by 2.30am to get our medals!
What a fabulous night!
Maggie's Centres are uplifting, calm environments that provide a positive experience for visitors.
To find out more, you can read about the Centres and the story of the founder, Maggie Keswick Jencks on their website.
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Getting our faces decorated...
with our EWA logo and glitters!
On our way, from our office tube stop, Notting Hill
Arriving at Tate Britain, the starting Station
Loreta registering on arrival
All of us with our T-shits and face paint team decor!
Anoo proud of his T-shirt and ...
...Amrit and Ale proud of their team face paint decor!
Walking on Albert Bridge
Rebecca at Foster's Office
Yiting and Yuyan resting at Station 1
The team arriving at the Charring Cross Maggie's Centre
Resting at Station 2
The proud team that made it to the end at the Royal Academy...
...at 2.30am getting our medal and pizza!