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Join us for the Circuit of Bath Walk and take a stand against homelessness.
Challenge yourself to take on the full 20-mile route, or a distance of your choosing, and raise sponsorship to help support the many men and women experiencing homelessness and escaping domestic abuse across the South West.
With stunning views and landscapes across the city of Bath, by taking part you’ll get to explore the city and its countryside in a new way.
In addition, by raising sponsorship you will be helping us to provide life changing support to over 1,800 vulnerable men, women and children across the region.
It’s a grim realisation, that without support like ours, the life expectancy of a long-term homeless person is just 45 years! But you can help change that.
Get walking in 2021 and if you complete the epic 20 mile route, we will award you with a special medal to mark your amazing achievement.
Grab yourself a custom Circuit of Bath neckwear or T-shirt to wear during training or on the day!
You can get yours when you buy tickets or if you already have your tickets head to the Tickets page and select ‘inidividual tickets’- you can then select your Buff or T-shirt without having to also purchase a ticket.
“The Bath Walk was a fantastic day to be a part of, raising money for a brilliant charity with the added bonus of stunning views! The event was wonderfully well organised, and even a complete novice map reader like me found the detailed instructions easy to follow. Every penny raised goes to such an important cause and I’d really recommend to anyone who is thinking about taking part in 2021”.
“Thank you to you and all of the team. It was a fantastically well-run event, and your volunteers were great. Our family had a lovely time and the weather was perfect. We walked along paths we would not have discovered had it not been for the walk. The paper directions were spot on and we used the app route a little too. Our kids, aged 9 and 11, did really well. Our son (11) is inspired to walk the whole of the circuit next year.”