The London March for Men

Join us at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park to March for Men in London this June. Take on either the short, medium or long route as we wind our way around the home of London 2012.

The short route is fully accessible for wheelchairs and pushchairs. So round up your loved ones and register now to help stop prostate cancer being a killer.

Register now for the London March for Men



17 June 2017


  • Registration from 10am
  • Walk starts at 11am

Meeting point

The grassy area outside Unity Kitchen, Timber Lodge Café, 1A Honour Lea Ave, London E20 1DY


Short (2k), medium (5k) and long (10k) all routes lengths are estimates and may change slightly closer to the event day


  • Toilets IconToilets
  • Dogs allowed iconDogs allowed
  • Accessible short route iconAccessible short route
  • Refreshments iconRefreshments

How to get there

There is no parking available at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park but there are great transport connections. The closest stations to the event are Stratford or Stratford International. Follow signs towards Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and Timber Lodge once in the park.

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Read our March for Men stories

Raising awareness through Glasgow's March for Men

Marlene lost her father to prostate cancer only ten weeks after he was diagnosed

'He was a very strong, fit and healthy man and until his diagnosis, we hadn’t noticed any symptoms. He had a bad back which he would regularly get massages for and any other small niggles he had, he put down to his age.'

Read Marlene's story

Putting life into perspective

Lloyd is determined to not to take anything for granted after his diagnosis with prostate cancer at the age of 43.

Lloyd likes that the Leeds March for Men is centred on Father’s Day, gives people an opportunity from all walks of life to appreciate their fathers and promotes the message that 'we love our dads' and 'we don’t want our dads to die'.

Read Lloyd's story

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Frequently asked questions

Have a question about our London, Leeds or Glasgow March for Men? Read our Frequently Asked Questions page to find out about registering, fundraising, facilities and more.

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Can't make our London March for Men?

Why not check out our other walking events or organise your own walk to help beat prostate cancer.

Join Jeff Stelling on his epic March for Men as he walks 15 marathons in 15 days.

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Walking couple

Organising your own walk with family, friends or colleagues is a great way to help beat prostate cancer.

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