The RNLI Tower Run

The RNLI Tower Run

Join us at 22 Bishopsgate for our brand new challenge event- The RNLI Tower Run. Do you have what it takes to scale 56 floors in London’s biggest charity tower run?! You can conquer the climb, reach new heights, and enjoy unbelievable views, whilst raising funds to help build a new lifesaving landmark in the heart of London.

The RNLI Tower Run is taking place on Saturday 9th October at 22 Bishopsgate. By purchasing a ticket, and pledging to reach your fundraising target of £150, your steps will help the RNLI save lives in London with all funds raised from the event going towards the re-build costs for Tower Lifeboat Station on the Thames.

Tower Lifeboat Station is the busiest station in the UK, but with facilities that are no longer fit for purpose, it’s your support that will make all the difference. By taking part in this once-in-a-generation opportunity, you'll be making a valuable contribution to the city of London by supporting our mission. RNLI Crews will be able to continue to save lives on the Thames from a brand-new purpose-built lifeboat station for years to come.

Once you have completed the challenge you will be treated to amazing, uninterrupted views across London as well as a champagne reception to help you toast your achievements in reaching the top and supporting our crews to continue their lifesaving work in London.

To ensure runner safety at the event we will be releasing runners in “waves” of up to 30 runners every 30 minutes and encouraging participants to arrive 45 minutes prior to their start time - this is so you can register and join in with our warm up. When purchasing tickers you can select the time slot on the day that works best for you.
Tickets cost £35 and participants pledge to raise £150 in fundraising with all funds going towards the re-build of Tower Lifeboat Station- a brand new lifeboat station in the heart of London.
22 Bishopsgate, London EC2N 4AJ
Sat 19 Feb 2022
Contact telephone: 07768 034596 Call to check latest times or cancellations.
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