Dubbed the ‘Thames Path Migration’, volunteers will march along the River Thames from London Thames Barrier to the source Kemble, Gloucestershire. The awareness and any funds raised over the course of the five day event are vital for veterinarian workers who look after the ‘Big 5’ game animals - lions, elephants, rhinos, buffalos and leopards.
Now, they are looking for additional volunteers to take part, support and spectate in this worthwhile cause. With a range of exciting prizes to be won and entertainment-filled camping each evening to rest your ‘paws’, members of the public are invited to walk, run, cycle or even walk their dog along all or part of the Thames Path under themed sections.
Co-founder of charity initiative MegDeanAfrica2015 Dean Philpot of Maidenhead says, “The vets in Africa conduct invaluable work to keep these beautiful animals around. I’m so glad to have this opportunity to support them physically and pass over any donations we have kindly received from the amazing animal lovers of Berkshire.”
Importantly, 100% of the money raised will directly support wildlife vets in Limpopo, Africa. Everyone involved will receive FREE high-quality photos and a veterinary report from Dean.
With the campaign having already received interest from local artists, craftspeople and wildlife presenter Simon Reeve, Dean is hoping others will register an interest in taking part. To get involved, wannabe walkers can sign up for any or all five sections of the walk by visiting www.AfricanChampions.webs.com. Wearing an animal costume is optional, but encouraged!
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