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Winchcombe Walking Festival

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Winchcombe ‘Cotswolds’ Walking Festival kicks off in May The historic town of Winchcombe in Gloucestershire is making a name for itself as the walking capital of the Cotswolds. In July 2009 the town became the first in the Cotswolds to be awarded Walkers are Welcome status, and now plans have been drawn up for Winchcombe's first walking festival. The three-day event will take place from Friday 21 May to Sunday 23 May 2010. Every day there will be at least five walks to choose from, varying in length and difficulty from strenuous full day walks on the Cotswold Way to half-day walks and short, level health walks. There will also be evening social events e.g. dinner with a quiz, and a barn dance for those who still have the energy!

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