Bath Men’s Walk Tackles Some “Tough and Challenging Terrain”

David Stanley brings us news and superb photos from Bath Men’s Walk

“On Saturday 21st March, a 15 man team from The Consortium in Trowbridge joined 478 men and boys taking part in the third Bath Men’s Walk and show their support for two local charities.

The eight-mile event, which started at Winsley and finished at the Rec in Bath, was organised by Bath Rugby Foundation and Dorothy House Hospice Care.    The weather couldn’t have been any better with bright spring sunshine throughout the day.

Bath Men's Walk Collage

Taking 3 hours to complete over some very tough and challenging terrain (tow paths), we were finally greeted with a well deserved pie and a pint ready to watch the big game, England vs France in the 2015 Six Nations Campaign, at the Rec.

The team has already smashed their target of £750 with £900 already raised.  This money will be equally split between both charities.

A big thank you to everyone who took part and most importantly those who supported us in raising money for such worthy charities.”

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One Response to Bath Men’s Walk Tackles Some “Tough and Challenging Terrain”

  1. Mark Cashmore, Chief Executive says:

    What a great turnout and amount raised. A fantastic effort all round.

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