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Waendel Walk

An event in May in Northamptonshire
The Castle
Wellingborough
Northamptonshire
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Friends from around the world are welcome to join in Waendel Walk with choices of 5, 10, 15, 25 and 42 kilometre routes for walkers across fields, footpaths and roads visiting local villages.

25 and 42 kilometre routes for cyclists and walkers who prefer road walking, plus the 300 metre (12 lengths) Waendel swim.

5km routes each day are suitable for children, buggies, wheelchair users and those not used to walking.

Control points and public houses (pubs) have food and toilet facilities for walkers and cyclists.

Start & Finish - The Castle 10 Castle Way,
Wellingborough, Northamptonshire
NN8 1XA
OS Map reference: Map 152 1:50,000 SP895676

Telephone: 01933 231986
Contact name: Sue Bull

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