8 London Bridges Cow Challenge Walk – Run – Cycle

Sunday 22nd September 2013
Registration: 10am – 12pm at Potters Field Park (next to City Hall), The Queens Walk, SE1 SAA (5 min walk from London Bridge Station)

Join the herd on Sunday 22nd September 2013.
Run, walk or cycle for 6km over 8 landmark London bridges

8 Bridges Cow Challenge: Route Map for runners/walkers
For any other queries contact heerel@thelotustrust.org or call Mital on 07916 176957

Download map (PDF) here

Registration Point
10am – 12pm at Potters Field Park (next to City Hall), The Queens Walk, SE1 SAA (5 min walk from London Bridge Station)Start Point: Tower Bridge
Press Photo-shot at Tower Bridge at 11am – for all cow suit wearers, runners and cyclists
Finish Point:
Back of London Eye  at the junction of a broad pathway that leads between the Zen Cafe and London Eye Ticket Booth and Belvedere Rd (at back of London Eye).
Lost?   Contact Mitali – 07916176957
or Farish – 07732091655
Toilets – marked on map as
Duration: About 1hr 45mins, may take up to 2hrs 30mins with young children.Safety Advice: Be aware of your personal safety, particularly look out for vehicles when crossing busy roads. There are lots of roadworks along the way in preparation for the Olympics. Be careful whilst climbing up and down stairs at bridges – marked as

Download map (PDF) here

Join us by choosing to walk, run or cycle the 8 London Bridges for 6 km to raise money for the UK’s first Slaughter-free Milk campaign?

There might even be a glass of slaughter-free milk waiting for you at the finishing line!

A glimpse from 3 years ago…

Why we need your help?

The Lotus Trust’s Ahimsa Slaughter-Free Milk Campaign aims to raise the quality of life of cows and aid in the production of healthier milk for human consumption. This pioneering campaign will ensure that cows are not slaughtered after their natural milk production ceases.

We need your help to fund the essential milk production and delivery processes at Commonwork Organic Dairy Farm in Kent. Our partnership delivers ethical milk which is kinder to the cows and healthier for you.

How to get started

So please come and join us ….

If you can’t take part then sponsor one of our cow champion athlete:

Last year, Gopi Tanna raised £630 for the campaign by cycling and walking 12km

This year Gopi (10yrs old) has set himself the target of swimming 2,500 metres –with no prompting (ie. 2.5km – but not across the Thames!), he is looking to raise £1,000 for cows.

Gopi is an avid reader (fan of the ‘Lord of the Rings’); an awesome drummer (plays the Indian ‘mrdanga’); and a superb swimmer (like a fish in water).


Gopi is on the bike

Please share this page to your friends and family to join you on this high profile charity walk.

For more information contact Mitali on 07916 176957 or email heerel@thelotustrust.org

Be part of this milk revolution!