You are being invited to join the Red Trouser Day awareness and fund raising campaign for a record attempt on the largest gathering of Red Trousers in one place.

We are hoping to see over 500 people at London’s iconic Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park Stratford where you will be able to help raise the visibility of Bowel Cancer and its impact on those who suffer. You will have an option to ramble with friends around an organised fully accessible route of up to 2k (1.25 miles). No special fitness levels are required, just ramble with friends and family enjoying the legacy Olympic buildings in the peace and tranquillity of the park whilst raising awareness of such a devastating disease.


Guest Appearance* by Jeremy Bowen (BBC Middle East Editor) – Red Trouser Day Patron & Supporter

Date: Saturday 19 October 2019
Venue: Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Stratford, London
Meeting Point: Timber Lodge Café, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
Arrive to check in:  10.30am
Gathering:                 10.45am
Start Walking:         11.00am
Duration: Max 30 minutes
Entry Price: Adults at £10/head with under 16s at £3 each and Under 5s free.
*Jeremy’s attendance is subject to his work commitments and health with ongoing cancer treatment

Jeremy Bowen (BBC Middle East Editor) – Red Trouser Day Patron & Supporter

Other Information:
Will be provided at Check In / Registration
Refreshments available at the Timber Lodge Cafe
Takeaway gifts to participants and handouts
Support from the Royal Marsden will be on hand to help with any Bowel Cancer information.