Haltwhistle Walking Festivals

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Haltwhistle Spring Walking Festival 2015


April 25th - May 4th


Welcome


The 25th Haltwhistle Walking Festival is over.  It has been enormous fun as usual. There were plenty of the regulars attending and a good number of new people. Thank you to everyone who came along. Special thanks to all the volunteers who were on the teams for the walks and to the committee who oversaw the organisation.


The last long walk was distinguished by not one walker but FOUR falling in the mud at a notoriously slippery part of the Pennine Way. They all seemed to be none the worse for this experience.


The programme for the autumn festival is well under way with many new delights for you, so please put the dates in your diaries now.


Thanks to all the volunteers who have worked so hard to make this festival a success.


Photos from the festival are being loaded daily. Click here to see them.  Many thanks to all the people who have sent them in.










































If you have ideas for future festivals or any comments to make, please contact us on haltywalkfest@btinternet.com  We want to provide the sort of walks you like best.




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The Smith

(Haltwhistle and District)

Charitable Trust


Important Dates for 2015


Spring Festival

April 25th - May 4th


Autumn Festival

October 3rd - 11th  




Hadrian’s Wall April 2015

Photo: Maureen Hart

A damp start on the first day

Valley and Mines