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Walk for Myton 2018 (Free event)

The Myton Hospices
Event organized by The Myton Hospices

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What could be better on a Sunday than enjoying a walk through the picturesque Warwickshire countryside? Walk For Myton on Sunday 13th May is the perfect excuse to get the whole family together for a peaceful walk – even your dog can come along!

Walk for Myton is a sponsored walk which starts and ends at Warwick Myton Hospice. You can choose between three different routes, a casual 3 mile stroll, a more challenging 6 mile walk or a 12 mile hike for those looking to push themselves, setting off anytime between 8.30am and 10am.

After you have completed your chosen route, you are invited to relax in the beautiful hospice grounds where we will be offering a range of entertainment on site for all the family! You can enjoy some tasty food from our BBQ, treat yourself to a well-deserved drink or two, while the kids have an ice cream and wear themselves out on the bouncy castle. You even bring your own picnic and games!

Garden games will keep everyone entertained, and our in memory zone will give you the chance to reflect and remember loved ones.

This event is free to sign up to. However, the success of this walk is dependent on you being able to raise sponsorship or making a donation instead. Once you have signed up, a Welcome Pack with all the event information, a sponsorship form and fundraising hints and tips, will be posted to you.


3 mile route

This is a family based walk along the canal path and encompassing Victoria Park.

Approximately 1 hour.

6 mile route

A little bit more challenging this route takes you along the canal paths and the beautiful Jephson Gardens.

Approximately 2 hours.

12 mile route

The most challenging route takes you along the canal, into the countryside and picturesque village of Offchurch.

Approximately 4 hours

Please note that the 3 mile and the 6 mile routes are wheel chair and push chair friendly, however the 12 mile route is more of a cross country route which contains stiles.