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Canal Walk 25/08/2019

1st Jan 1970

We have now got a 100% confirmed date of the 25th of August for our long-awaited canal walk.


For our walk, we will have a staggered start, meaning the people who want to complete the full walk will begin at Linlithgow canal centre, 10.30am. Locations to join the walk will be; Tesco (Redding). Polmont train station and Bantaskine park. Doing things this way means we can all be together for a lovely big photo finish at the Falkirk Wheel.


On top of the joy of walking along a lovely scenic environment, we will be featuring some fun activities and will be looking to have food ready at the penultimate stop to give us a booster to push us on to the finish. Registration can be completed by following this link:


More details can be found via the above link and if you have any further questions please get in touch via e-mail: daniel@wellbeingscotland.org OR by phone: 01324 630100


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