Birmingham business to take on 26-mile walk for charity

Birmingham business to take on 26-mile walk for charity


Staff from commercial property consultancy, Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH), will walk 26-miles along the Grand Union Canal, to raise money for national disability charity Sense.

Seven members of staff, based in the Birmingham office, will take on the fundraising challenge on Friday 07 September. The walk will begin at Brindleyplace and continue along the canal, before ending at the Cape of Good Hope Canalside pub in Warwick.

All proceeds will go towards the charity’s pioneering new ‘TouchBase Pears’ centre, which provides specialist services for people with complex disabilities, as well as facilities for the wider community in Selly Oak.

Joanne Whitaker, Portfolio Manager for LSH Birmingham, said:  “LSH have been supporting Sense since 2017 and this year, we wanted to take on a local challenge that would make a difference to the lives of people with complex disabilities at TouchBase Pears. We’re really looking forward to completing the canal walk for a great cause.”

LSH are hoping to raise £2,000 for Sense. To sponsor them, visit

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