Thames Towpath Walk

Please Can You Help?

In June 2019, two supporters of the David School are walking 50 miles along the River Thames Towpath from Windsor to the Tower of London.

Andrew Williamson (one of David Wallwork’s ex-pupils) and his son, Nathan, who is a pupil at King Edward’s School, Witley, are undertaking this walk to raise money for two charities – the David School and the Bridewell Foundation, which provides bursary funding for disadvantaged children to benefit from a place at King Edward’s.

On Saturday 22nd June, Andrew and Nathan will be joined by David along with a group of David School Trustees and volunteers on a 7 mile circular walk from Westminster to the Tower of London, crossing 8 London bridges on the way. Andrew and Nathan are looking forward to having some company and some different people to talk to.

The money raised for the David School will be used towards building a hostel for homeless pupils at the school. As the economic situation deteriorates in Sierra Leone, more and more of our pupils are without family to feed and look after them.

Can you please support everyone’s efforts?    As Andrew says, “Without your support this will simply be a father and son embarking on a 50 mile walk along a river. A nice thing to do but we want to achieve rather more than that and with your help we can! “

To contribute, please donate by via Virgin Money Giving. This is an online donation service. Press here for link.

Thank you very much from everyone who will benefit from your kind donations. Everything is much appreciated!

The David School Trust               Charity Number 1129314