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6 Responses to Contact

  1. Trev Redfern says:

    Hi,
    I’m 1 of your Twitter followers, & you’ve inspired me to do the Northampton Round. As I’m 60 next year, & I’ve just got the all clear for prostate cancer, I want to do a ‘big challenge’.
    Therefore, it’s my intention to do the walk in 24 hours if I can, & get sponsors etc.
    My question is- do you know of a full map of the route I can access to mark on my os maps (all3 of them)?
    I’ve just found your breakdown of your route on your site, & that will be very helpful- thank you.

    My contact is trevorredfern@me.com. @FramingTrev. 07790-774440

    Thanks, Trev.

  2. T C Whitney says:

    Hi David,
    Tackled your Kinewell Lake walk today (Thursday). We’d been to Kinewell before but not the extension along the river to Woodford Mill. Most enjoyable.
    You were wise to recommend wellies as I think the 4 Horsemen of the Apocalypse had recently passed by the river stretch!
    We were blessed with some watery sunshine too!
    Happy days.
    Maybe see you at the Worcester game.
    Regards,
    Tim & Sue

  3. Peter Heald says:

    Hi. Walk 92 looks lovely. Thought you might like to know that Old Barrack Yard, London, is where some iconic scenes from A Christmas Carol (the 1951 Alistair Sim version) were filmed. In particular, the end scene where Scrooge carries Tiny Tim under the arch. See the Filming Locations entry on IMDB.com: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0044008/locations

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