Spectrum Night Walks is the National Autistic Society’s biggest walking fundraising event of the year.

We’ll be taking to the streets of London, Glasgow, and Manchester on Saturday 4 April, to raise awareness of autism during World Autism Awareness Week 2020.

 London, Glasgow, Manchester
 4 April 2020, 8pm
  £100 minimum fundraising amount per person
  £20 adult fee (16 and over), £15 child fee (under 16)
  5k, 10k or 15k walk

How to take part

When you click on a sign up button below, you will be asked to sign in or register to our website. Then follow all the steps (including the shop purchase) to secure your place.

This is an individual booking. You can purchase child tickets (under 16s) alongside your own in the shop area but extra adult members will need to fill in the form separately. If you are part of a team, then simply include that team's name when filling out your form.

1. Complete the online form

2. Pay for your Spectrum Night Walk place in our shop

3. Set up your Just Giving page.

London sign up

Glasgow sign up

Manchester sign up

Sign up as a family like Robin, Tina, Monica and Ethan Rudkin - AKA Team Rudkin! They tell us about how they will be taking on the Spectrum Night Walk to raise money for our charity.

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What you'll receive

  • a downloadable event information pack, with all the details of the walk, including routes, times, information about t-shirts and lots more
  • a unique medal on the night to celebrate your achievement
  • training and fundraising motivation from our dedicated fundraising team
  • support from your fellow participants on the Spectrum Night Walks Facebook group.

Where do the walks start?

London – London Nautical School, 61 Stamford St, Lambeth, London SE1 9NA

Manchester – Pendulum Hotel, Sackville St, Manchester M1 3BB

Glasgow – Village Hotel, 7 Festival Gate, Glasgow G51 1DB

What last year's participants are saying

It felt very friendly and it was clear we were all united over a common cause. Very well organised on the night and very clear routes, and the bike patrol were awesome.

We really enjoyed doing something to help raise awareness and thrilled how much we have achieved. We are very proud.

Everyone was welcome, they waited for the slowest walkers to catch up, the atmosphere was amazing. Was a real buzz in the air 💗