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Rainbow Productions to take on London Bridges Challenge

Inspired by the company’s sustainability initiatives, Rainbow Productions is gearing up to take on the London Bridges Challenge on Friday 7 July.

The team will be raising money for mental health charity, Mind, as well as licensing industry charity, The Light Fund.

Starting in Hampton Court, the hike will see the team walk just over 30 miles across all 26 pedestrian bridges that cross the River Thames in London, finishing up at Tower Bridge.

“The London Bridges challenge has been on our radar for some time,” commented Simon Foulkes, md at Rainbow Productions. “So when the License to Move initiative was launched recently, we agreed there was no better time to get our hiking boots on and raise some valuable funds for two very important charities.”

Joined by licensing industry friends and colleagues, this is the third challenge the Rainbow team have braved in recent years, after completing the Three Peaks Challenge in 2019, followed by the Surrey Three Peaks in 2021.

If you would like to join the self-proclaimed ‘Bridgerfuns’ on their latest challenge to raise funds, please get in touch with

Donations can be made via the team’s JustGiving page:

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