Zoe Lyons hosted this year’s walk and was joined for a picnic in the Royal Pavilion Gardens by hundreds of families and fundraising teams. MPs John Bercow, Caroline Lucas and Simon Kirby, and the Mayor of Brighton & Hove Bill Randall, also attended the 10km walk, together with comedians Jen Brister and Suzi Ruffel.
Over £65,000 has already been raised, with more expected to come in over the coming weeks. The money raised from the Walk will help us produce a new primary school DVD, FREE, bringing a vital message about diversity, difference and respect to children, parents and teachers.If you’d like to make a donation to the event, it’s not too late to do so, please click here.
We’re incredibly grateful to everyone who took part and supported the Walk in this very special year.
the equality walk is a great day out fun you get to meet new people and you are helpng stonewall to and as you are walking round other people see you and became more awear of stonewall and that they do .
alice, 28 April 2010
The Lisptick Ladies are really looking forward to this May bank holiday. It will be a fantastic day of meeting new people, having fun in the sun, and most importantly, raising money for the Education for All campaign.
Lipstick Ladies, 27 January 2010