CHANGE OF VENUE – Beckenham Place Park Charity Walk Sunday 23rd July

Beckenham Place Park Charity Walk

We have changed the venue because of the weather!

Come along and join us on our Summer Charity Walk in Beckenham Place Park. We will be walking the nature trail and possibly extending it to walk by the Ravensbourne in Summerhouse Fields.

See the map below:

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The Walk is for the benefit of the Salaam Baalak Trust which does great work supporting India’s street children. There are more details below.

To come along on our walk, please contact us directly (you can click the button below) and we will send you the information. There will be long and short walks for people with all energy levels.

Click here to book onto the Walk
Donate on our Just Giving Page

Here are some images of Beckenham Place Park

Location and times

We will meet up in the cafe at the mansion at 11am on Sunday the 23rd of July.

About Salaam Baalak Trust

When I visited Delhi in 2013 I went on a Salaam Baalak Trust City Walk.

Salaam Baalak Trust was set up 28 years ago by Indian celebrities to provide shelter, food and medical help to the street kids that lived around the main railway station. Children arrive daily from all over India having stowed away on trains, running away from home, wanting to be in Bollywood, being abandoned or even just being lost in the crowds of one of the huge festivals they have there.

Salaam Baalak do city walks that are guided by the ex street-kids that now work in the charity. They take visitors around to show them the places they lived in when they lived on the streets themselves. Our guide was in his early twenties. He was abandoned at a mosque as a baby and the Imam gave him to a childless family to look after. They were subsidised through the mosque funds. He was abused however. He said that his foster mother rubbed chilli into his eyes. At seven he ran away and started living on the streets. Salaam Baalak picked him up and he now views them as his family. He was learning to code when I met him…

Some images from the walk around Delhi Station

I was really moved by this and now that I am organising walks I thought it would be good to run a charity walk in central London (routes to be published) and gather as many people as possible to donate towards the Salaam Baalak Trust.

Contact us for details of the walk
Click here for the details of our Charity Walk

If you can’t make the walk but think that Salaam Baalak Trust is a worthy cause then please go to our Just Giving page to donate.

St Christopher’s Charity Fun Walk in Keston on Sunday May 14th

Our next social event is taking part in the 2017 St Christopher’s Fun Walk to raise money for the world’s first modern hospice that was founded 50 years ago.

If you pre-register online, the cost is £5.  Pre-registration runs until the 7th of May and is £5 for adults, under 11s FREE (closes midnight on 7 May. You can register on the day. Cost is £15.00)

We will meet outside the Greyhound pub in Keston Common at 11am. Look out for the Green Banner.

Keston Common, Keston, Kent, BR2 6BP

There is very restricted parking but you can get the Free ‘park and ride’ service from Norman Park or the pick-up and drop-off service from Bromley South Station.

When you register, add Bromley Mindfulness to the ‘team’ field on the entry form.

Bromley Mindfulness Summer Walk 10 July at 11am

Bromley Mindfulness Summer Walk

Everyone is welcome to join us (members/non-members) our mindfulness walk at High Elms Country Park, Shire Lane, Farnborough, BR6 7JH on Sunday 10 July at 11am. We will be meeting at Green Roof Café near the main car park.

This is a relaxed, easy walk which will take approximately an hour, including mindfulness meditation There will be an opportunity to socialise afterwards over cuppa and a slice cake in the Green Cafe.

High Elms Country Park offers 250 acres of countryside to explore combined with a 150-acre golf course, which together form the High Elms Estate, originally the country home of the Lubbock family.
The estate is 15 miles from central London, located on the ridge of the North Downs on the rim of the Thames basin. Visitors to the estate can enjoy the woodlands, nature centre, ice well, formal gardens and wildflower meadows.

There is no cost for the walk or parking, but if you would like to contribute to a charity please donate to This charity is the St Mark’s Hospital Foundation and has really supported on of our members. You will need to pay for any refreshments you would like.

By Car
There are two car parks, both off High Elms Road Main car park (Sat Nav coordinates: N51.35238 E0.07449;) Cuckoo Wood (N51.34316 E0.06611)

By Bus /Train
The nearest bus route to Elm Highs Country park is a R8 which is a 16 minute bus ride from Orpington Station. There is train service from Bromley South to Orpington alight the train and no. R8 bus stop H is at Tubbenden Lane Station Road.

High Elms Cuckoo Wood

High Elms Cuckoo Wood

Green Roof Cafe

Green Roof Cafe