Circuit of Bath Walk Sun 27 September

13th July 2020, 3:31pm | By catherinerussell |

 

 

 

 

 

See Bath as you’ve never seen it before!

Julian House has launched its annual Circuit of Bath Walk, happening on Sunday 27th September, and is calling on the public to join them in stepping out and standing up against homelessness.

The sponsored circular walk, now in its 19th year, will see participants walk around some of Bath’s most beautiful countryside, surrounding villages, and taking in spectacular views across the historic city itself.

While the charity is challenging as many people as possible to take on the full 20-mile route in 2020, participants can choose their own distance and start point thanks to the five checkpoints along the route and a free shuttle bus service between each.

Each participant will be gifted with training and fundraising tips on signing up to help them achieve the challenge and raise as much money as possible to help Julian House continue supporting the vulnerable men and women in its care.

Tickets are on sale now. £12 Adult, £6 Child, £25 Family and additional group discount for 10 or more people.

Dogs are always very welcome.

Further details and tickets can be found online at www.circuitofbathwalk.co.uk.

 

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