The WoW blog

32 days, 210 miles, 35,000 feet of ascent.

We updated on a daily basis throughout our walk, with just an occasional delay when there didn't seem to be enough time in the day.

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[After Walk Blog]
[Photo gallery]


This is a really easy way to do it. Your support will greatly encourage them to add on the miles. We are aiming for £25,000. [Sponsorship total]

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Our Walkers over Wales

Stacey Reason, (plus Jorge the last week) from Toronto, Canada

Andy Williams, from Singapore


Charlton Thear, from the Canary Islands


Dan Chambers, from San Diego, California


Andrew Wakelin, from Wales


Walkers elsewhere with sponsorship pages

Dianne Berryman, Australia


Lorraine-Baguley, Australia



Other walkers elsewhere

Margaret Carter, Kidderminster, UK
Summer Hamilton Brown, USA
Tanya Rafford-Raper, Australia
Bonnie Wynne, New South Wales, Australia































Author: Created: 07/08/2010 10:23

Before Walk Blog

The planning and lead up to the 'Walk over Wales'.

By Andrew Wakelin on 01/07/2010 20:33

Two very jet-lagged travellers collected from Manchester Airport. Arrived in Llandudno in time for press interviews and photos.

By Andrew Wakelin on 21/06/2010 21:26

Hectic pace of things this week with more people wanting to join in, which is great. Tidying up last minute arrangements and getting quite excited about it - can't wait to start.

By Andrew Wakelin on 03/06/2010 15:08

Just found out that the Conwy walking festival is on the week that we start from the Great Orme in their area. How appropriate! They have kindly agreed to circulate details of WoW with their own literature. It should help to raise our profile.
The photo is of Telford's suspension bridge and Conwy Castle, where we will finish the first day's walk.

By Andrew Wakelin on 02/06/2010 22:19

There is just one month to go to the start of the walk. I think most planning is in place, the route is sorted, the accommodation booked, most of the walkers have planned their involvement. Now we just have to do it!