Pub walk returns to Leicester to raise money for mental health charity

By Charlie Ramshall

Cool as Leicester’s pub walk is back for another year taking participants on Sunday, May 21, from Clarendon Park to finish at Everards Meadows.

It starts at The Cradock Arms, in Knighton Road, from 11am with the walk commencing at 11.30am and people expected to arrive at the Everards Meadows beer hall at about 12.30.

 After the success of last year’s, organiser have decided to do it again, this year in aid of Leicester-based charity Lamp.

Lamp is an organisation in Leicestershire with their main aim to help and support those with mental health problems.

This is all part of Lamp’s fundraising initiative which starts today and takes place until Sunday, May 21, and organisers say a great cause that everyone should get involved in.

The aim isn’t just to help the charity financially but is also for people to socialise, meet new people, get outside and get some exercise as well as showing the importance physical activities are for someone’s mental health, as just a short walk can make all the difference for people’s wellbeing.

For more information, such as how to get involved, follow the link