The ABS “Footprint Fun Run” will take place in London on 24 June as part of Architecture Week 2007.
Participants can find full details, plus an entry form and route map on our website: www.absnet.org.uk
To tie in with the green theme of Architecture Week 2007, the 6km route across London is footprint shaped – starting in Myddelton Square in Islington, through the City, across the Millennium Bridge and looping through Southwark to finish in front of the Tate Modern.
To help reduce the footprint of our participants, we will give them each an energy-saving light bulb, and ask that they use it to replace a conventional one.
Architecture Week is a time to celebrate contemporary architecture, the success of the profession in the UK has lead to an unprecedented boom in demand for the services of architects. The Architects Benevolent Society helps architects, assistants, technologists and technicians and their dependants when they are forced to stop work through illness, accident or disability and are no longer able to share in this success.
Entries for the run are still open to all for an £10 entry fee, and we ask that you seek sponsorship from your friends, colleagues and families in order to raise funds to support our work.
If you would like to now more about this or other events run by the ABS please contact Peter Bass on 020 7580 2823 or email@example.com