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You may have seen my recent charity walk from Luton to Hertford across my socials. It was a route I planned myself and I am more than happy to share for anyone that wants to give it a go!
On The Day:
We set off from Leagrave Park at 7.30am and headed through Luton and into the Hertfordshire countryside, reaching Hertford Castle just after 3pm. We walked a huge 45,000 steps!
I can’t lie it was a real struggle for those final 5 miles, but there was no way I was stopping even if I crawled there! (I think I may have actually suggested this around mile 18).
For anyone thinking of doing this walk, I would say BE PREPARED! My feet were covered in blisters by the end, I could barely walk! So good walking shoes, medical supplies and of course, plenty of food & drink to keep you going.
Before I share all the route details, I would like to say a big THANK YOU to everyone who sponsored myself & Steven! We managed to raise £600 for Keech Hospice Care, which was just fantastic news.
Follow the interactive map here.
Tip: If you use the map on your phone, click the play button on the interactive map. Then select the arrow at any time and it will pin your exact location.
- The Mall, Luton (final toilet stop or purchases before you head out into the countryside)
- Dacre Rooms, Kimpton (a village building with two picnic benches outside and bins for rubbish)
- Brocket Arms, Ayot St Lawrence (village pub with toilets)
- Simmons Bakers, Welwyn (delicious baked goods!)
If you would like to see more places to explore or clips from my walks, follow The Luton Project on Instagram.
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