Event: Great Wall Trek, China (Various Dates)

Join us on a majestic 9 day trekking adventure and conquer the twists, turns, steps and slopes of this formidable fortification – the famous Great Wall.

This 35km trek includes visiting some of the most iconic parts of the Great Wall, such as the Heavenly ladder, and a number the oldest sections of the wall, plus of course the opportunity to see rolling green hills far into the distance. You’ll also have the opportunity to explore Beijing, China’s capital where ancient and modern meet, on a free day so why not visit iconic landmarks such as the Forbidden City, Temple of Heaven and the famous Tiananmen Square to name a few!

Event details

What: 9-day trek across the Great Wall, finishing with sightseeing in Beijing
Dates (Various): 9-17 May 2020, 12-20 September 2020, 10-18 October 2020
Costs: Registration Fee £299 + Airport Tax £250 + Minimum Sponsorship of £2,750

To find out more or to sign up, please call us on 0207 766 5555 to speak to Adele, or email events@cstm.org.uk

You can also read the brochure here.

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Located in the heart of Westminster, we’re one of London’s busiest homelessness centres, working in direct contact with vulnerable homeless rough sleepers all year round. Being a local organisation, we don’t have the overheads that others do, and can promise you that 91p in every £1 will be spent on helping homeless people. Hiking for us means you will be directly supporting the homeless people who need your help most, through our services which enable people to access housing, employment training, and professional support to overcome personal issues.

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  • enable 8 rough sleepers to have a course of specialist one-to-one mental health support sessions to help them proactively cope with their problems and move forward. Considering that approximately two thirds of homeless people living on the streets have mental health problems that often severely hinder their ability to move on from the streets, that is a massive contribution.

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