Wednesday, November 04, 2015

#SaveTaxi Announce Their 8 Mile Charity Walk, 28th November.

#SaveTaxi is delighted to announce that on 28 November we will be doing a charity walk visiting some of the main taxi ranks in central London along the way.

The two Charities we will be supporting are very close to the taxi trades' heart. They are The London Taxi Drivers Fund for Underprivileged Children and The London Taxi Drivers Benevolent Association for the War Disabled.

Starting at Paddington station at 2pm we will be covering approx 8 miles on foot. Starting from Paddington station and then on to Victoria station, then to Waterloo station and finishing at Kings Cross. Let's hope for dry weather!

We hope to be collecting donations as well as sponsorship money on the day and really hope that many of our wonderful cabbies will support us on the day. If you would like to join us on the day please contact us via email on or if you would like to make a donation to the above you can do this via PayPal to using 'charity walk' as the reference.

To find out more about the charities and their wonderful work please visit: (just click links)

We have also now launched our website so anyone not on social media can also follow us at: 

Stronger together x 


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

What these women have done for the trade in less than a year is simply phenomenal. They are shaking up the old establishment, injecting some much needed elixir into the apathetic cabbies and providing support for the families.
there is none of that male ego and "one up-man-ship" tied in with the unions and frankly its about time things were done simply, by motivated people with only positive intentions. To think they do it all in their spare time without pay is to be respected!!