Bridgnorth Lions Walk : Shropshire Sponsored Walk
Bank Holiday Monday 29th May 2017

The annual Bridgnorth Walk Shropshire is a sponsored walk that is all about raising money for charity and has been held since 1967.

The Bridgnorth Walk was rebranded ‘The Bridgnorth Lions Walk’ in 2017 when Bridgnorth Lions took over as organisers. The walk regularly raises over £100k for good causes and charities. The Senior walk is just short of a marathon at 22 miles and is very hilly and so should not be taken lightly! The over 40’s have the option of a shortened amended route. A separate 7 mile Junior Walk is organised for those in school years 5 to 9. Why not get involved and help your charity or chosen good cause whilst getting fit!

For those visiting for the first time Bridgnorth is a historic market town just 10 miles from Telford and Wolverhampton. It has an abundance of shops, pubs, places to eat and things to see, it was also the winner of the GREAT BRITISH HIGH STREET 2016. The BRIDGNORTH BEER FESTIVAL is also taking place from 27th to 29th May 2017 at pubs throughout the town.

Kovotography presents 5 years of the Bridgnorth Walk photography, with a special walkers discount at Kovotography Event.

Bridgnorth Walk 2017 Results

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Junior Sponsored Walk

7 Miles Around Ditton Priors

Senior Sponsored Walk

22 Miles from Bridgnorth To Summit Of Brown Clee And Back

Sponsored Walk Teams

Do the Senior or Junior Walk as part of a team. Be it a company, charity, pub or group of friends.

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5 months ago
Bridgnorth Lions Walk 2017

The Bridgnorth Walk was rebranded ‘The Bridgnorth Lions Walk’ in 2017 when the Bridgnorth Lions took over as organisers. The walk regularly raises over £100k for good causes and charities. The ... See more

The Bridgnorth Walk was rebranded ‘The Bridgnorth Lions Walk’ in 2017 when the Bridgnorth Lions took over as organisers. The walk regularly raises over £100k for good causes and charities. The ... See more

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5 months ago

The new Bridgnorth Lions Walk website is now up and running. Book your place on this year's walk now http://www.bridgnorthwalk.org

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5 months ago
Bridgnorth Walk 2017 | Bridgnorth Lions Sponsored Walk Shropshire

Entries are now open! see www.bridgnorthwalk.org for all details for the 2017 Bridgnorth Lions sponsored walk. This Facebook account has yet to be transferred to the Lions, so please direct all ... See more

Bridgnorth Walk is a sponsored walk run by the Bridgnorth Lions on Bank Holiday Monday 29th May 2017. Includes a 22 miles Adult Walk & 7 mile Junior Walk.

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9 months ago

Who's been out there braving the cold mornings? I'm starting tonight time to get some miles in!

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11 months ago
Country Treks

How about horse riding on the Brown Clee rather than walking up it?! May give you a new perspective!

Limited spaces this Saturday on the Brown Clee. Come and join in the fun. 3hr Hack across the hill with outstanding scenery! Call 01746 718436 for more information.

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1 year ago

Good evening everyone! Who's going to be watching the Euro final on Sunday? #POR VS #FRA I'm thinking 2-2 FT Portugal to win on penalties. What's your prediction?

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1 year ago

Time for me to hand over the baton to another Facebook admin for the Walk. Thanks for all the good times...enjoy your new admin!

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1 year ago
Kovotography Event

Some great photos of 2016 walk and previous walks here http://www.kovotography.co.uk/event.html, thanks to Kovotography!

http://www.kovotography.co.uk/event.html

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1 year ago
Bridgnorthwalk 2016P

Thanks to Kovotography for the Presentation Evening photos. http://www.kovotography.co.uk/bridgnorthwalk_2016p.html

24th June 2016

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1 year ago
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Well done GC!

Short set at Shrewsbury Food Festival and then the chance to meet Howard Hutchings the chair of Shrewsbury Ark (great bloke he was very busy sorting all the recycling at the Festival!). Passed on our ... See more

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