WALK4WILDLIFEWalk4Wildlife banner.

Let’s walk for sharks and rays

On 19th May 2017, children across the UK will be stepping out to raise money for a range of wildlife conservation charities. On that day, primary schools up and down the country will be joining together to try and break the Guinness™ World Record for a mass sponsored walk. (The current world record is 231,635 people all walking at the same time!)

Unlike other organised sponsored walks however, you choose where to walk and more importantly where the money goes. You can raise money for any wildlife charity, big or small. There is no set distance or pace, you can walk for 30 mins or 3 hrs, it's up to you. The only criteria set is that everyone will need to be walking at 2.15pm on the 19th May, to be included in our Guinness World Record™ attempt.

We’d love you to choose to WALK4SHARKS and help to raise money for our valuable work in saving sharks and rays around the world. 

When you register your school on the event and opt to raise money for the SHARK TRUST, we will contact you with a special pack of activities and fundraising ideas to make the day SomeFin special.

Although this event is primarily aimed at schools, anyone can get involved - if you'd like to organise your own group or find an event near you contact WALK4WILDLIFE

►Download WALK4SHARKS flyer

►For more information on the Walk4Wildlife schools walk and to register your school visit www.walking4wildlife.com/schools-walk