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The final event of the inaugural Walk Tonbridge Festival, supported by CooperBurnett Solicitors LLP, is the Walk Tonbridge marathon on 19th September.

The final event of the inaugural Walk Tonbridge Festival, which is supported by CooperBurnett Solicitors LLP, is the Walk Tonbridge walking marathon on Sunday 19 September. This will see corporate teams taking on a challenging 26.2 mile sponsored walk around Tonbridge and its surrounding countryside.

 Hailed as a ‘celebration of walking, Tonbridge, community and countryside’, the week-long Walk Tonbridge Festival is set to include a variety of events for all the family. Local pubs will be getting involved during the festival, offering live music, family fun and entertainment, while there will be themed guided walks to join, including a Photography Walk, a Medieval History Walk and a Sunrise Walk.

The walking marathon, which will include segments from eight of the established walks as well as a number of local pubs as check points, begins at Tonbridge Baptist Church and finishes at Tonbridge Castle. There will be opportunities for friends and family to provide support at the check points along the way, as well as at the end of the route.
The event is raising money for Sustain, a community food bank run by Tonbridge Baptist Church which provides emergency food supplies to local people experiencing a short-term need. All the food items are donated by individuals or local groups and distributed to recipients referred by front line care agencies.

“We are absolutely thrilled to be supporting the Walk Tonbridge Festival and, as a team, we are looking forward to taking part in the walking marathon,” says Joseph Oates, Partner. “We hope to be joined by other local businesses, but will they keep up with #TeamCB though, that’s the question!”

 To find out more about entering a corporate team into the Walk Tonbridge marathon, contact Katie Hilsdon at CooperBurnett on email: or tel: 01892 515022

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July 9, 2021
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