On Saturday 15th June 2019 (the day before Father's Day) join us for our 11th annual Pendle Pub Walk around the stunning Pendle countryside using its finest hostelries as way-points!
The walk, which is organised by Pendleside Hospice and members of Burnley Pendleside Rotary Club, raises money for the Reedley-based hospice, with £5 of each registration fee going to Rotary Club charities. This year it is expected that around 2,000 walkers will take part in the 10 mile walk (approx), which is made up of a combination of countryside and road-walking, providing epic views of the Pendle area.
Once again, it is going to have two starting points, so walkers (and their dogs!) can choose to set off from the Village Hall in Barley, with The Pendle Inn as the first pub en-route, or from The Sparrowhawk in Fence. Walkers are asked to start from their chosen point between 10am-12 noon - if between registering and the event you change your mind about where you would like to start contact Fundraising on 01282 440120 to inform us. The walk is a circular route through some of Pendle’s most scenic countryside including Fence, Barley, Roughlee, Blacko, Higherford and Barrowford - official pubs TBC.
Registration is £20 for adults and £10 for children. As this event is organised to raise much needed funds for Pendleside Hospice we ask that all participants gain sponsorship or make a minimum donation of £30 at the time of registering (for guidance: £20 registration, plus £30 minimum donation). On the day registrations will increase as it is assumed walkers will not be collecting sponsorship money, therefore will include a donation. Pre-registrations will close at 10am on Tuesday 11th June.
For more information about the Pendle Pub Walk check out the Rotary Club of Burnley Pendlesides website - http://www.pendlepubwalk.co.uk/
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