Now in it’s 13th year, the walk is one of Naomi House & Jacksplace biggest fundraising event, raising vital funds to help care for children and young adults living with life limiting and life threatening illnesses from across the south.
Choose from two walks:
Winchester to Salisbury: 26 miles
This walk starts at 7.45am at Winchester Cathedral, with check in open from 7am and the warm up at 7.35am. It follows the beautiful route of the historic Clarendon Way, finishing at Salisbury Cathedral. 26 miles long, the walk encompasses a diverse range of terrain and will take about 9 hours, so please make sure that you are physically prepared for the challenge.
Broughton to Salisbury: 12 miles
This walk starts at Broughton, almost halfway along the Clarendon Way. This is a wonderful, less challenging walk with outstanding views across open countryside and farmland. You are welcome to start any time between midday to 1.30pm. The Clarendon Way Walk is not just a walk… when you reach mile 24 at Clarendon Park, the wonderful Lane Clark & Peacock LLP will be hosting a mini Caribbean themed party, featuring reggae music, mocktails, sweets and a place to rest your sore feet ready for the final yomp!
Grab your walking boots, get away from the hustle and bustle and take in the beautiful rolling countryside with the wonderfully popular Clarendon Way Walk.
More than 1,000 people are expected to take part, so sign up early to secure your spot and get started on those training walks!
This fee only covers the cost of your participation, so each walker is asked to kindly aim to raise £200 minimum sponsorship to help make a difference and contribute towards the hospices’ invaluable work.
Lunch & travel options: You are able to book travel to/from the start/finish line and also buy a packed lunch during the sign up process. Lunches will be available to collect at Broughton Village Hall. There is a standard, vegetarian and vegan option available. Both lunch and travel are optional and cost £5 each.
7.45am – 6pm