Children's Mystery Walk along the London Peace Trail

Friday, 14 September 2012

To be held Sunday 23rd September organised by the Movement for the Abolition of War

The event is for children aged 5 to 11, a fun day out for the whole family. Children are given a Mystery Walk puzzle book and a Mystery Walk passport. They'll find clues, solve puzzles and decode messages along the route in order to get their passports stamped at each site.

The children will follow the  LONDON PEACE TRAIL  which starts at Friends House, opposite Euston station, and end at the Imperial War Museum in Lambeth. They'll take in many sites of special peace interest through Central London, including statues, monuments, memorials, famous
buildings, gardens and other places with an important connection to London’s peace heritage.

Registration on the day will take place between 11am and 12 noon at Friends House, 173 Euston Road, NW1. People will set off in small groups once they have registered and received their puzzle books, passports, map and instructions. Groups will cover the route at their own pace – this is not a race! The walk is about 4 miles, which can easily be done in the time available. On arrival to the Imperial War Museum, refreshments will be provided (please bring pack lunch) and there will be paper crane-making and other activities.

Every child must be with an adult who is responsible for them at all times.Children: bring a passport-sized photo of yourself to put in your passport.