Social Walks for 20s and 30s

The Great London Friendship Project CIC

Every Sunday, we host a social walk to provide an active and relaxed way of meeting new people and building friendships in London.

Our walks usually attract around 100 attendees each week, and are designed to bring our community together for an accessible and enjoyable afternoon activity.

Each week we visit a different area of London, from the green bushy pastures of Hampstead Heath, to the quiet canals of Little Venice to the marshes of Hackney Wick – so that you can explore some of the most beautiful hiking spots in the UK capital, whilst meeting plenty of 20s and 30s.

To start each event, everyone is allocated a team for an initial mix of fun ice breaker games designed to get people talking and help you to get to know some of the other participants on the walk a little better.

After the games, we will commence our 2-3 hour walk. Along the way, there are a number of pit-stops to give you a chance to speak to new people and play more social games.

And of course, no walk would be complete without a trip to a nearby pub where you can grab a drink, rest your legs and get to know your fellow hikers a bit better.

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Set up in November 2021, The Great London Friendship Project is a community project is designed to help Londoners in their 20s and 30s meet, connect and hopefully build life-long friendships.

To help make this happen, we also host all kinds of events from free social walks, games evenings, day trips, social events, activity nights to picnics.

To learn more about our community or to follow us on social media, please follow one of the links below.

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Contact details

Organisation The Great London Friendship Project CIC
Contact name David Gradon
Address 9A Birdhurst Road, London, SW18 1AR, United Kingdom
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