Chandlers Ford and Itchen Valley Rotary

A community event organised by Chandlers Ford and Itchen Valley Rotary with the support of Chandlers Ford Parish Council and the Rotary Club of Eastleigh. Sponsored by:

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Welcome to the Chandlers Ford Itchen Walk!
Raise money for your chosen community group, cause or charity by taking part in the next sponsored walk to be held on Sunday 10th June 2018.

The sponsorship money you collect by using the BT MyDonate on-line method will be distributed 80% to the your chosen recipient (or 70% if collected manually), with the remainder going to Rotary supported charities and good causes - all sponsorship proceeds of the walk will be donated to community groups, causes or charities.
There will be two different walk lengths to suit different ages and preferences. The full walk will be about 10 miles long and the shorter walk about 7 miles long.
The walk will start at Kings Worthy following a route to Chandlers Ford along the Itchen Valley, following the River Itchen and the Itchen Navigation. If you do not wish to walk the whole length then you can start instead at Bar End, Winchester and walk about 7 miles. Why not take part and enjoy walking in the beautiful Itchen Valley which is so close to our community?
The walk will be fully marshalled and patrolled with medical services in attendance in case of any emergencies.
Registration costs £10 for adults and £5 for children up to 16 years of age. Early bookings will be at a reduced rate until 31st March 2018 of £8 for adults and £4 for children. Walkers in large walking groups will be entitled to a further discount and will be refunded 10% of the registration fee when their team registrations reach 10 or more.
Follow the navigation buttons at the top of this screen to register and take part!

Some of the walkers at the finish in 2017
Previous Itchen Walks have raised thousands of pounds for many different charities and good causes including:

2nd Chandlers Ford Scout Group, Alzheimer's Society, Eastleigh BranchAction on Pre-eclampsia, Age UK Southampton, Arthritis Research UK, Blue Cross, Breast Cancer Haven, Wessex, Brendon Care HOME Park Road, British Kidney Patient Association, British Liver Trust, Cancer Research UK, Campaign to Protect Rural England, Carers Together, Chandler's Ford Rainbows, Chandlers Ford Stroke Support Group, Clic Sargeant, Countess Mountbatten Hospice Charity, CPRE Hampshire (the Campaign to Protect Rural England), Diabetes UK, Winchester, Eastleigh Borough & Romsey MENCAP, Eastleigh Games, Eastleigh Young Carers - 1 Community Eastleigh, Eastleigh Youth & Community Trust, Endometriosis UK, Friends of In Touch, Girlguiding Chandler's Ford, Hearing Dogs for Deaf People, Haematology Ward, SGH, Help For Heroes, Kieran Keel Bursary, Macmillan Cancer Support, Marie Curie, Eastleigh Mayor's Charity, Multiple Sclerosis Society, Naomi House - Wessex Children's Hospice Trust, New Community Network - Beatrice Project, NSPCC, Pancreatic Cancer UK, Parent Support Link, Oliver's Battery Community Centre, Prostate Cancer UK, Rotary Club of Chandlers Ford & Itchen Valley, Royal National Lifeboat Institution, Rotary International, RSPCA, Save The Children, Southampton Hospital Broadcasting Association, Southampton Samaritans, St Francis Animal Shelter, SUDC Foundation, Sunnycroft Care Home, Totton Kidney Dialysis Unit, War Child, Willow Foundation, Winchester Cancer Therapy Centre - Wessex Cancer Trust, Winchester City Basketball Club, Winchester City Penguins Swimming Club, Winchester District Citizens Advice Bureau, Winchester and District Young Carers, Winchester Ladies Circle, Winchester Street Reach, Wings Like EaglesVedic Hindu Society.


Sunday 10th June 2018 will see the fifth sponsored walk along the Itchen Valley to Chandlers Ford. This is now an annual community event for the people of Chandlers Ford and the surrounding area.
As before the reception point will be the Fryern Recreation Ground in Chandlers Ford, which is where the walk will also finish. After registration in the pavilion, walkers will be transported by bus to their chosen start point, either at Kings Worthy or at Bar end, Winchester.

You can view a flyer below (to download it click on the arrow).
There is also a PowerPoint presentation for viewing or download below, intended to provide information to interested charities and groups.

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