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Sundon Saunter

Sun 20th Nov 2022

Walk Details:

Event Type
Challenge Event
Region / Area
Central England / Bedfordshire
Local Group
Beds, Bucks and Northants
Distance / Time Limit
27, 18 or 12ml. in 10.5hr
Start Time
Start: Walkers from 08.00; Runners/Joggers/Fast Walkers from 09.00
From Barton-le-Clay Village Hall; postcode MK45 4JY

The walk follows mainly field paths, tracks, woods & some roads through undulating countryside with good views from the hills traversed

General Notes
Entries open September 1st with priority given to LDWA members (membership number required during entry process) until October 23rd and then open for all from 12 noon on October 24th until November 13th. Limit 250. This walk is part of BBN triple challenge. Online entry only through SiEntries. Mug and self-printed route description mandatory. For rules on dogs and any other aspect, including car parking, equipment and refunds, please see BBN LDWA website
Mike Hyland
Start and Finish

Entry Details:

Entry: 10 pounds, non-LDWA 15 pounds (under 18s free) incl hot & cold drinks & biscuits at start, drinks & snacks at all Cps, a light meal at finish, cert for all finishers and a free badge on request while stocks last


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