Venue: The Double Locks Pub, Canal Banks, Exeter, EX2 6LT
Registration open : From 10.45pm – 11.45am
Walk Start Time: Marshals will be in place and ready for you to start the walk from 11am. Having registered, handed in any sponsorship/personal donations, collected your t-shirt, chocolate and water & dropped off your bag (if needed) you will be free to start the walk as and when you and your friends/family are ready.
We would recommend that everyone has started the walk by 11.45am allowing you adequate time to complete the 7 miles being back in good time to enjoy the England vs Ireland Six Nations match which kicks off at 2.45pm.
Parking: There is limited free parking at the Double Locks pub and at Bromhams Farm Playing Fields. We suggest that you car share and use either on-road parking in Marsh Barton, or the Matford Park and Ride.
Route: This linear route will start at the Double Locks pub and you will walk along the canal path towards Bridge Road swing bridge. On Bridge Road you will turn left and join Countess Wear Road (on the left) and follow the paths back along the River Exe as far as Miller`s Crossing Bridge, where you will cross the river and walk back to the Double Locks along the opposite side of the river. There will be live music, entertainment and refreshments along the way.
Refreshments: There will be water and chocolate provided at the start of the walk, and on completion of the walk you will be welcomed back with a FREE refreshing pint and hot pasty!
Volunteers Needed: If your partner, sister, mother or friends would like to support the event we are looking for over 50 marshals to help on the day! If you know anyone who would like to help guide our walkers please call 01392 688020 or email email@example.com.
If you have already registered you will have been posted a Walker Pack and Sponsorship form.
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There's limited free parking at the Double Locks pub and at Bromhams Farm Playing Fields. We suggest that you car share and use either on-road parking in Marsh Barton, or the Matford Park and Ride.