The Oxford Legal Walk: Monday October 19

by | Sep 8, 2015

The Oxford Legal Walk is an 8km after work walk, on Monday October 19, around the sights of Oxford to raise funds to enable local legal advice charities to help vulnerable people in desperate need of advice.

Money raised will go to The Access to Justice Foundation a national fundraising and grant giving charity which supports charities providing vital free legal advice help and support for those most in need.

This year we have given the route a Magna Carta theme to celebrate the 800th anniversary of the sealing of the Magna Carta and highlight the document’s importance and relevance to access to justice today.

The walk is an amazing opportunity to do some team bonding within your organisation, mingle with other like-minded locals and raise much needed funds for access to justice all whilst exploring the vibrant and diverse city of Oxford!

Sign up a team today by filling out the registration form here or contacting events@atjf.org.uk

 

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