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Pat's final stretch of her Walk1000 miles challenge in 2019

This charity has given me more than I could ever hope for – a great support team at all events, but I have some amazing friends that I have met through the charity who keep me going.

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Emma does her first 100k for her 2019 Walk 1000 miles challenge

Put the time into the training programme, and you can do it. Walk the Walk know what they're doing and gave us fantastic guidance and support.

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Debbie and the Dublin Marathon

We will power walk the city, 26.2 miles Come rain or shine, blisters and smiles

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Jane hits her Country Walking #Walk1000 miles challenge target

As charity partner for Country Walking Magazine's #walk1000miles in 2019, we catch up with Jane, who reached her target and completed Nijmegen Marches!

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Walk the Walk's Summer Walking Challenge

Fall in love with Walking... and get involved with Walk the Walk's Summer Walking Challenge!

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Corporate charity team building

Corporate charity team building days (and nights in our case) are on the rise… more and more companies are realising how bringing the team together in a unique or unusual way really gets results.

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Jane's #Walk1000Miles Challenge continued!

As charity partner for Country Walking Magazine's #walk1000miles in 2019 challenge, we catch up with Walker Jane following The MoonWalk London and London to Brighton!

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Pat's Walk1000 miles challenge continued!

As charity partner for Country Walking Magazine's #walk1000miles in 2019 challenge, we catch up with Walker Pat as she prepares for The MoonWalk London!

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Emma joins the Walk1000 miles challenge

As charity partner of #walk1000miles we're sharing a story from another Walker, Emma... giving you motivation for your breast cancer charity walk training!

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Michelle shares her MoonWalk story

I could never underplay just how difficult the event is, but it is beyond rewarding and worth every ache and pain endured and I would absolutely encourage anyone thinking of giving it a go to do so.

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