Test your film knowledge while raising money for a children's charity in this year's Walk for Brainwave in London

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Follow in the footsteps of famous film characters and walk the streets of London to raise money for children's charity, Brainwave. 

The charity, which has a therapy centre in Newland Street, Witham, is hosting a 6km sponsored Walk for Brainwave on June 26 at 5.30pm.

The circular route, which starts and ends at the Minister Exchange, features locations from a variety of iconic films including Skyfall, Sherlock Holmes, Lara Croft – Tomb Raider, Love Actually, Harry Potter, Bridget Jones and Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels.

Test your film knowledge with the a treasure hunt, complete with brilliant prizes, before heading back to the Minister Exchange to relax with a complementary drink and an after party, complete with film music and a cash bar.

All funds raised will go towards the charity, which enables UK children with disabilities and additional needs to achieve greater independence.

Brainwave Chief Executive Phil Edge said: ‘2014 is the fourth year of the annual Walk For Brainwave, which always proves popular with both local businesses and the public.

"It’s great fun for friends and a wonderful team building opportunity for colleagues.

"We hope Londoners will continue to support us with their encouragement and donations."

Tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis and anyone can take part, either as an individual or as part of team. Registration is £25 per person.

To enter visit: brainwave.org.uk/walkforbrainwave

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