Join us on 10th September for the Oxfam Walk 4 Water 2022

We’re delighted to let you know that the Oxfam Walk 4 Water is back for 2022. We would love you to join us on


The Walk for Water is a fun annual event for people of all ages, and new walkers join every year through word-of-mouth.  Please get your neighbours, friends, colleagues and family involved!

What do you need to know?

  • This year there will be lots of choices:

    • the 2.5 or 4-mile mini hike, which will have route marks and a halfway checkpoint.

    • the 5, 8, 15 or 20-mile walks, which are not route-marked, but do have checkpoints.

  • For all the route details & instructions for the day check out our Walkers Information page closer to the date. All routes start & end at Heartwood Forest in Sandridge.
  • Registration in advance is not essential but we would love to know if you are coming to help with our planning. Please email us at, or just turn up on the day and register then.

  • There is no registration fee, but we kindly ask you to make your donation to Oxfam Walk for Water in advance or on the day via our Just Giving page NOW OPEN FOR DONATIONS. If the link doesn’t work then please cut & paste this into your browser:

  • We will be in need of and grateful for volunteers – whether putting up signs on Friday 9th September, email us on or call 07870 236931 if you would like to do this.

As always, our fundraising will focus on Oxfam’s work with water. Whether in the grip of long-term poverty or caught up in emergencies from cyclones to Covid, water is essential. Many are suffering further due to the climate crisis, making their need even more urgent.

With best wishes

The St Albans Oxfam Walk 4 Water team

Oxfam St Albans Volunteer Fundraising Group

Nur* is using the recently installed Contactless Handwashing Device in the Rohingya camp. Like her other Rohingya refugees have started using the machine to frequently wash their hands as a number of Covid19 cases have now been confirmed in the world’s largest refugee
camp. *name changed to protect identity Credit: Fabeha Monir

St Albans Flyers Walk for Water