Thanks so much to everyone to who came and took part in the first Streets of London Night Walk, raising money to help people affected by homelessness in London.

We were delighted that more than 150 people signed up for the event. They walked through central London on a 10-mile route that included many of the capital's best-known sights including Buckingham Palace, Tower Bridge, the Houses of Parliament, Shakespeare's Globe and many more.

A big thank you to The Mermaid London conference centre for generously hosting the start/finish for the event. The venue couldn't be more perfectly placed for it and they couldn't have been more helpful.

Thank you to everyone who made it such a fun evening with a great friendly atmosphere, and particular thanks to our team of volunteers who helped to make the evening run smoothly.

It was brilliant to have lots of families come along to take part, and many thanks to Arcus for bringing along a big team of walkers.

A special mention for the couple who managed to complete the route in only 2 hours 17 minutes... including a quick pina colada stop along the way!

Thanks again to everyone who came. We'll be announcing the date for next year's event soon, we hope you can join us then!

You'll find a few photographs of the event HERE. Thanks as ever to the brilliant Si Brandon for coming along and taking some great shots of a fun night.

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