Walk the Clarendon Way for Cameron

Unfortunately due to unforeseen circumstances we need to postpone this walk.

We hope to rearrange it sometime in the future.We are so sorry to have to postpone and send huge, grateful thanks for your understanding.

Date: Thursday 2nd, May, 2019
Start: Salisbury Cathedral, 8 am (transportation will be available from Winchester at 7am)
Distance: 26 miles
Approximate time to complete: 8-9 hours
All you need to bring: strong walking shoes/ boots, a picnic, water and a dog if you have one.
Refreshments: at half way point in Broughton, there will be delicious refreshments and drinks
Finish: Winchester Cathedral between 4pm and 5pm
Cost: There is no cost but we are grateful for any donations

All dogs welcome but do note the distance.

The Clarendon Way meanders through small villages such as Pitton, The Winterslows, Broughton and King’s Somborne. The trail is 26 miles long and never difficult. It is beautiful throughout and you walk through a mixture of pastures, farmland and woodland, passing churches and other sites of historical interest.

We’d love you to join us and look forward to a day out in the beautiful countryside, at one with nature.  May is a perfect time to be outside, walking with friends.  Please email Sarah Neish on Sarah@cameronbespolka.com and sign up today!

Donations gratefully received.


 

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