Fundraise and walk for TEN

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On Saturday 15th September TEN supporters are putting their best foot forward to walk 10 kilometers (6.2 miles) in order to raise funds for our work in Europe.

DETAILS OF WALK IN DEVONTEN NATIONAL WALKS - Somerset

Saturday 15th September starts at 9.30am Culm Valley Inn EX15 3JJ

Guide: Gerry Partridge

This delightful walk follows a well defined footpath along the river from the Culm Valley Inn, Culmstock towards the top of Gaddon Down with stunning views of Devonshire countryside returning via Ashill and back to Culmstock.

Meeting point: Culm Valley Inn with option for a pub lunch at the end of the walk.

Official Walk level: Medium

Donate either through MyDonate BT or contribute on the day.

If you would like to ask friends and family to sponsor your walk, download and  print off the TEN SPONSORSHIP FORM.

Please let us know if you’re coming Email: gerry.partridge@ten-uk.org

National WalksWalks are being planned by supporters in Cornwall, Wiltshire, Devon, Bristol and Buckinghamshire. In future we’d love to have walks across all parts of the UK, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

If you are a seasoned walker and would be happy to lead a group in your area, please let Melanie know. Also if you would like to ask about a walk planned in your area, do get in touch for more details.

To keep the fundraising simple, we ask each participant to make a donation (suggested minimum £10 for Two) or send a cheque to TEN or through MYDONATE BT. Click on button below.

If you would like to ask friends and family to sponsor your walk, download and  print off the TEN SPONSORSHIP FORM.

Show your support for the National Walks, even if you can’t join in on the day, and give what you can at   MYDONATE BT

MyDonate BT

The following walks took place on 8th September 2018

National Walks

DETAILS OF BRISTOL WALK
8th September 9.30am start at Chequers Inn, Hanham. Bristol BS15 3NU

This lovely walk along the meandering River Avon returns on the Bath to Bristol Railway Path and the former Dramway. There are no hills to climb, except the railway embankment, and the views are packed full of glorious countryside and historic interest.

Your local guide will be Bob Northey, TEN’s Communications Officer. Toilets and Tea Rooms en route and a midway rest point.

Donate either through MyDonate BT or contribute on the day. Parking has been kindly agreed by the manager of The Chequers Inn, Hanham.

Please let us know if you are coming! Email: bob.northey@ten-uk.org

 

 

 

National Walks TEN

DETAILS OF WALK IN CORNWALL
8th September 10.30am start at Rock Quarry Car Park PL27 6FD
Guide: Melanie Griffiths

This lovely walk, graded easy, is fairly flat and follows mainly way-marked paths across, with panoramic views across the Camel Estuary. The route follows the dunes to Daymer Bay, then passes St Enodoc’s Church – the burial place of St John Betjeman – on its way inland to the pretty village of St Minver with its characteristic and slightly wonky church spire.

The return route descends from the fields of the St Minver Highlands to the St Minver Lowlands along the Camel Estuary. There are stiles and some steps, particularly in the latter part of the walk. http://www.iwalkcornwall.co.uk/walk/rock_to_st_minver

Recommended footwear: Walking boots or trainers in Summer.
Please bring a packed lunch for a short lunch stop. Bring water for the walk, and sunscreen and a sun-hat if hot. There are opportunities for refreshments in Rock at the end of the walk.

On road parking may be available in Rock. Public car parks £3.50 for > 4 hours £5.00 for 4 hours

Donate either through MyDonate BT or contribute on the day. Please let us know if you are coming! Email: melanie.griffiths@ten-uk.org

 

Stourhead TEN Walk

DETAILS OF WALK IN WILTSHIRE – Stourhead
8th September 10am starts at King Alfred’s Ower car park,

Guide: Tom Harflett

A 10k sponsored walk to support the work of TEN in Eastern Europe, starting at 10am at Alfred’s Tower Car Park, Tower Road, near Stourhead, on Saturday 8 September.

This is a relaxed walk on fairly level ground, mainly on well maintained forest tracks. We will see Alfred’s Tower, St Peters Pump (the source of the River Stour), Stourhead House, Stourhead National Trust.

Café stop for lunch, bought or brought, monastic fish ponds, a waterfall, a waterwheel and beautiful Wiltshire landscapes.

Donate either through MyDonate BT or contribute on the day.

Please let us know if you’re coming Email tomharflett@hotmail.co.uk

 

Three Lions of BledlowDETAILS OF WALK IN THE CHILTERNS

8th September 2pm starts at The Three Lions, Bledlow, Bucks.

Guide: Michael Buie

Meandering through the Chilterns, on well trod paths, this afternoon walk will give you beautiful views over Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire. Starting and ending at the Three Lions pub in Bledlow, in view of Whiteleaf Cross, with a slight detour into the Lyde Gardens – a beautifully maintained open garden formerly managed by the late Lord Carrington who lived in the Manor opposite.

Donate either through MyDonate BT or contribute on the day.

If you would like to ask friends and family to sponsor your walk, download and  print off the TEN SPONSORSHIP FORM.

Please let us know if you’re coming Email: m.buie@me.com