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What's OnJamie Theakston’s Long Walk to London

  • Dates 05/10/2018 - 05/10/2018
  • Location Leicester Square, WC2H 7DE
  • Price Free
And He's Off!Could this be the biggest fundraising challenge yet for Global’s Make Some Noise?This week, Heart London’s Jamie Theakston is walking 7 marathons in 7 days – all the way from Cardiff to London. That’s 365,400 steps and more than 180 miles!Jamie has taken his first stride from the Millenium Stadium in Cardiff and his route is taking him over the Severn Bridge and along the Thames to London. Jamie will be meeting ten small charities that Make Some Noise supports before finishing at Global HQ in Leicester Square on Friday 5th October for Make Some Noise Day.Join Jamie in Leicester Square on Friday, and celebrate the end of his epic journey!Find out more here.Global’s Make Some Noise DayGlobal's make some noise is a national charity that funds and empowers projects, helping disadvantaged children, young people and their families, as close to home as possible.Things will be getting loud as all of Global’s radio stations come together on Friday 5th October to make some noise for small charities that struggle to get heard. Now it’s over to you! From Dress Loud to Bake Some Noise, there are loads of ways to turn up the volume and raise money.Tune in to Heart, Capital, Capital XTRA, Classic FM, Smooth, LBC, Radio X and Gold on Friday 5th October to hear all the action! By raising money for Global’s Make Some Noise, you can help disadvantaged children, young people and their families across the UK.So join the noise and get involved on Friday 5th October!

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