The Cotswold Challenge

Friday 28th September 2018

Holiday Inn Gloucester: Cheltenham, Gloucester, United Kingdom

Walking


Description

Breast Cancer Now

The Alternative Cotswolds Challenge

Friday 28th - Sunday 30th Sept 2018

 

1. The Challenge!

Following the overwhelming success of the previous Cotswolds Challenges, we are repeating the Original Cotswolds Challenge!    This 24 mile Cotswolds Challenge explores one of the finest sections of The Cotswolds Way over two days and has been chosen because it is in itself a great walk!

Event details and schedule

Breast Cancer Now

The Alternative Cotswolds Challenge

Friday 28th - Sunday 30th Sept 2018

 

1. The Challenge!

Following the overwhelming success of the previous Cotswolds Challenges, we are repeating the Original Cotswolds Challenge!    This 24 mile Cotswolds Challenge explores one of the finest sections of The Cotswolds Way over two days and has been chosen because it is in itself a great walk!

 

Mostly on good paths, there are also some gently undulating hills to add a bit of a challenge!  But this is a walk with a huge variety of scenery: you will pass through some of the most picturesque villages in the Cotswolds, you’ll walk through some of the most beautiful countryside, with flowering meadows and leafy woodland, and you’ll be rewarded with panoramic views from the top of the limestone ridges.

Day 1: Saturday   Chipping Campden – Broadway and Stanton.

The beautiful market town of Chipping Campden, with its typically soft Cotswolds stone buildings, is a beautiful and fitting start to this wonderful challenge.  We wander through the ancient fruit orchards as we head gently uphill to attain the start of the limestone ridge at Dovers Hill.   We follow this gentle broad ridge and gain unbroken views across the Vale of Evesham.  There will be time to pause at Broadway tower, where we may even manage a brew, before enjoying an easy going descent down to the honey pot of Broadway Village.  Our day is far from over and we continue through woodlands, glades and a number of idyllic “home and country” villages.  By the end of the day we should have covered 13 miles of the challenge, so we are well on the way and will have earned a good appetite for dinner!

Distance 13 miles (19km)  Ascent 1 main climb and 1 shorter climb

 

Day 2: Sunday          Hailes Abbey, Winchcombe, Sudley Castle,& Cleeve Hill

With the dawn of a new day, we are back out on the ground again, and what a lovely day lies ahead.  The Cotswolds Way and the Pilgrims Way join to accompany us past the towering ruins of Hailes Abbey.  There then follows a lovely hop through the fruit orchards to the bustling market town of Winchcombe. Here the Cotswolds stone combines with various architectural styles to create a lovely unique town.  Sadly we must continue on our way and the route meanders through the regal parklands of Sudley Castle, home of Queen Catherine Parr.  A last climb now commences to Belas Knap, an ancient burial mound, before we emerge on to the top of Cleeve Hill.  This is the highest point in the Cotswolds, and provides its own reward for all your efforts - a truly wonderful panorama over the surrounding hills and vales!

Distance 11 miles (16km)  Ascent 2 shorter climbs  (290m)

 

2.      Accommodation and what’s included in the price!

 

Accommodation:

The Cheltenham-Gloucester Holiday Inn Hotel has all the facilities you would expect from a modern hotel and the bedrooms are furnished to high standards, with satellite TV, trouser press, air conditioning, hairdryer plus tea and coffee making facilities. The hotel has a relaxing café-bar and a very comfortable lounge. Should you have any excess energy, or just like to relax and be pampered there is also a leisure club on site.  The Leisure Club comes complete with swimming pool, Jacuzzi, sauna ideal for just relaxing and fully equipped gymnasium in case you have any spare energy!

 

 

Friday Night

We will aim to start the event by meeting everyone in the bar on the Friday night at 7pm.  You will have the chance to meet your fellow participants and make some new friends.  Dinner will then be served in the restaurant at 8pm.  We appreciate that a lot of you will have had long journeys up and it may not be possible to make the 7pm meet.  Therefore the main briefing for the Challenge will be after dinner.

 

Saturday 

Breakfast:      8am

Main Briefing: 9am in the Lounge

Leave by coach to the start of the Challenge: 9:15am

Picnic lunch

Three course dinner: 7pm

 

Sunday

Breakfast: 8am

Leave by coach: 9am

Picnic lunch

 

 

Friday 28th - Sunday 30th Sept 2018

 

Price per person

Full Package

With 2 nights accommodation

2 breakfasts

2 picnic lunches

2 evening meals

All transport to walks

Professional walking guides

 

Twin share £165.00 / person

 

Single £205.00 / person

 

Please check we have single availability when booking

EXTRA Night

Sunday 30th Sept- Monday 1st Oct

Dinner, Bed & Breakfast

 

£50.00 per person in a twin

£70.00 per person in a single

Event only

2 picnic lunches

1 evening meal

All transport to walks

Professional walking guides

 

 

£75.00 per person

 

 

 

 

3  WalkWise Joining Instructions to

The Holiday Inn Cheltenham Gloucester

The WalkWise guides will arrive early evening and are looking forward to meeting you.

  • Arrival meal: is set for 8pm,when you will have the opportunity to meet your guides and they will discuss the overall event and walks.

(If you are going to be late for the arrival dinner please advise the hotel and ask them to inform the WalkWise guides).

  • Arrival time: any time after 2pm.  Should you wish to arrive any earlier please enquire at the hotel directly.
  • What to bring: To ensure that you are properly equipped, please take a moment to read through the ‘What to bring list’ and ensure that you have the necessary clothing and equipment.
  • Check In Notice
  • From 14:00, if rooms are available earlier we will be happy to check you in
  • If you have any problems in finding the hotel or are not going to arrive in time for the 8pm arrival meal please give us a ring

 

Holiday Inn Gloucester Cheltenham, Crest Way Barnwood Gloucester , GL4 3RX  

Holiday Inn Gloucester Cheltenham telephone number  (++44)  0871-942 9034

 

web: http://www.holidayinn.com/hotels/us/en/gloucester/glcea/hoteldetail

 

  • Useful Telephone numbers:
  • Andrew                    0774 489 2263 (guide)
  • Gideon                     0780 907 0257 (guide)

 

 

Directions

Road

From London, take theM4 towards Wales and leave at Jn 15 (Swindon).  Pick up the A419 towards Swindon and Cirencester, which then turns into the A417, signed Gloucester.  Follow the A417 to the M5 and head for the Midlands.  EXIT M5 AT JUNCTION 11 AND TAKE THE A40 TOWARDS GLOUCESTER. AT ELMBRIDGE COURT ROUNDABOUT TAKE THE A417 TOWARDS CIRENCESTER. AT THE NEXT ROUNDABOUT TAKE THE 2ND EXIT, THEN TAKE THE FIRST LEFT INTO THE HOTEL CAR PARK.

 

M5

By Car the Holiday Inn Gloucester Cheltenham could not be easier to find.  EXIT M5 AT JUNCTION 11 AND TAKE THE A40 TOWARDS GLOUCESTER. AT ELMBRIDGE COURT ROUNDABOUT TAKE THE A417 TOWARDS CIRENCESTER. AT THE NEXT ROUNDABOUT TAKE THE 2ND EXIT, THEN TAKE THE FIRST LEFT INTO THE HOTEL CAR PARK.

 

Railway

Gloucester rail station is 2.5 miles away, taxis are about £5.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4  What to bring:

You MUST have:

  • Walking boots
  • A Water bottle (minimum 1 litre)
  • A Rucksack with a plastic liner
  • Waterproofs: jacket and trousers
  • A Warm hat
  • Warm gloves (not leather)
  • Thick walking socks
  • Base layer:(thin thermal or warm T-shirt, not to be cotton as it gets cold when wet)
  • Over layer:(warm sweater or fleece)
  • Extra layer: warm top for when cold (eg. when stopped for lunch)
  • Comfortable walking trousers (not jeans as they are too cold & heavy when wet)
  • Personal Medication
  • Smart casual clothes for the evening.

 

You may wish to bring:

  • Vacuum flask (if you like hot drinks on the hill)
  • Medium size Tupperware container or plastic bag, to put picnic lunch in.
  • Sit mat
  • Sun glasses
  • Lip salve
  • Camera
  • Personal first aid kit
  • Trekking poles

 

In good weather and/or summer, you may also wish to bring

  • Short trousers
  • T - Shirts
  • Sun hat
  • Sun tan lotion

 

If you would like a map for the event, walkwise can now offer you some special deals, please visit www.walkwise.co.uk and use the link to get 10% off your order and see the latest special offers. The maps you will need for this weekend are         

Outdoor Leisure 45   The Cotswolds

Explorer            179 Gloucester, Cheltenham and Stroud

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5. Preparing yourself for the Event

 

The Cotswolds Challenge is a physically demanding event.  You will be walking in the hills for two days and each of these days will consist of up to 12.5 miles with some ascent and descent as well.  If you are not used to walking, or taking regular exercise, then you ought to prepare yourself. 

 

Your body needs breaking in and occasional maintenance too! If you prepare yourself gradually you will enjoy the event even more.   It is best, less painful and much easier to build up your fitness levels gradually!  If you exercise regularly, go swimming, play squash once a week or consider yourself to be averagely fit already, then you have a good starting point, but it is best get used to walking as well.  Following these guidelines will help your body prepare for the event:

 

Getting used to your Boots!

Simply walking around your home and going shopping in your boots will allow your feet to get used to them.  This will help to prevent unnecessary blisters and pain, almost always a good thing.  Nevertheless, this is not sufficient, it is useful to prepare yourself a little bit more, and the best way to do this is to walk!

 

Building up your Fitness

The simplest changes in your everyday life can make the biggest difference.

Ø  If you are popping out to the shops, then slip into your boots and walk instead of taking the car. 

Ø  If you go to work on the bus or tube, make a resolution to walk to the next stop or get off a stop early. 

Ø  Once a week during your lunch hour take a brisk walk around the park.

Ø  To get yourself used to ascent and descent, make a resolution not to use the lift!  Using the stairs regularly is a very effective tool in preparing your body for climbing in the hills.

 

Go on some half day walks

To build up your stamina, it is a good idea to actually go on a walk!  On a couple of days off, have a walk in the park or go the local countryside.  Buy a local guide book of short walks, perhaps get some friends together and just do it!  Walks which end with a pub lunch seem to be extremely popular!

Try to do 2 or 3 half-day walks over the next few months and gradually build up the distance you do.

 

Try some full day walks

After doing some half-day walks, try a couple of full day walks.  Keep increasing the distance until you feel happy with your own ability.

 

This is the best and most effective way to prepare yourself for the event.

Remember the event is not a flat out race, it is fun challenge event

and a good fitness level will help you to get the most out of it!

 

 

6.         How to Book and Summary of Booking Conditions

 

1)     Any provisional booking will be held for 14 days pending receipt of your deposit.

       (the deposit of £50.00 is non refundable)

 

2)     Your place is secured only when WalkWise UK Ltd receive your deposit

 

3)     cheques are to be made payable to WalkWise UK Trust Account

 

 

4)     The balance must be received 8 weeks prior to the start date of the event

 

5)     Cancellation

Up to 8 weeks prior to the event, you cancellation will result in loss of deposit. Thereafter the following cancellation charges will apply.

cancellation up to 6 weeks prior 50% of the price

cancellation up to 3 weeks prior 75% of the price

cancellation up to 2 weeks prior 100% of the price.

 

6)     The event will be operated by WalkWise UK Ltd.

 

7)     For complete Booking conditions please see

                http://www.walkwise.co.uk/terms-and-conditions.html

 

8)  Their company address is

WalkWise UK Ltd

                                    30 GreenWays Drive Endmoor Kendal LA8 0EL

                                    Tel Fax 01539 560 911

                                    e-mail : holidays@walkwise.co.uk

                                    www.walkwise.co.uk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7 room list

 

Cotswolds Challenge

Bedding List

WalkWise UK Ltd

BBC

 

50 pax in total

32 rooms held at the hotel

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

single

name

 

single 1*

 

 

single 2 *

 

 

single 3 *

 

 

single 4 *

 

 

single 5

 

 

single 6

 

 

single 7

 

 

single 8

 

 

single 9

 

 

single 10

 

 

single 11

 

 

single 12

 

 

 

 

 

twin rooms

name

name

twin 1 *

 

 

twin 2 *

 

 

twin 3 *

 

 

twin 4 *

 

 

twin 5 *

 

 

twin 6

 

 

twin 7

 

 

twin 8

 

 

twin 9

 

 

twin 10

 

 

twin 11

 

 

twin 12

 

 

twin 13

 

 

twin 14

 

 

twin 15

 

 

twin 16

 

 

twin 17

 

 

twin 18

Breast Cancer Now

 

The Alternative Cotswolds Challenge

 

Friday 28th - Sunday 30th Sept 2018

 

 

 

1. The Challenge!

 

Following the overwhelming success of the previous Cotswolds Challenges, we are repeating the Original Cotswolds Challenge!    This 24 mile Cotswolds Challenge explores one of the finest sections of The Cotswolds Way over two days and has been chosen because it is in itself a great walk!

 

 

 

Mostly on good paths, there are also some gently undulating hills to add a bit of a challenge!  But this is a walk with a huge variety of scenery: you will pass through some of the most picturesque villages in the Cotswolds, you’ll walk through some of the most beautiful countryside, with flowering meadows and leafy woodland, and you’ll be rewarded with panoramic views from the top of the limestone ridges.

 

Day 1: Saturday   Chipping Campden – Broadway and Stanton.

 

The beautiful market town of Chipping Campden, with its typically soft Cotswolds stone buildings, is a beautiful and fitting start to this wonderful challenge.  We wander through the ancient fruit orchards as we head gently uphill to attain the start of the limestone ridge at Dovers Hill.   We follow this gentle broad ridge and gain unbroken views across the Vale of Evesham.  There will be time to pause at Broadway tower, where we may even manage a brew, before enjoying an easy going descent down to the honey pot of Broadway Village.  Our day is far from over and we continue through woodlands, glades and a number of idyllic “home and country” villages.  By the end of the day we should have covered 13 miles of the challenge, so we are well on the way and will have earned a good appetite for dinner!

 

Distance 13 miles (19km)  Ascent 1 main climb and 1 shorter climb

 

 

 

Day 2: Sunday          Hailes Abbey, Winchcombe, Sudley Castle,& Cleeve Hill

 

With the dawn of a new day, we are back out on the ground again, and what a lovely day lies ahead.  The Cotswolds Way and the Pilgrims Way join to accompany us past the towering ruins of Hailes Abbey.  There then follows a lovely hop through the fruit orchards to the bustling market town of Winchcombe. Here the Cotswolds stone combines with various architectural styles to create a lovely unique town.  Sadly we must continue on our way and the route meanders through the regal parklands of Sudley Castle, home of Queen Catherine Parr.  A last climb now commences to Belas Knap, an ancient burial mound, before we emerge on to the top of Cleeve Hill.  This is the highest point in the Cotswolds, and provides its own reward for all your efforts - a truly wonderful panorama over the surrounding hills and vales!

 

Distance 11 miles (16km)  Ascent 2 shorter climbs  (290m)

 

 

 

2.      Accommodation and what’s included in the price!

 

 

 

Accommodation:

 

The Cheltenham-Gloucester Holiday Inn Hotel has all the facilities you would expect from a modern hotel and the bedrooms are furnished to high standards, with satellite TV, trouser press, air conditioning, hairdryer plus tea and coffee making facilities. The hotel has a relaxing café-bar and a very comfortable lounge. Should you have any excess energy, or just like to relax and be pampered there is also a leisure club on site.  The Leisure Club comes complete with swimming pool, Jacuzzi, sauna ideal for just relaxing and fully equipped gymnasium in case you have any spare energy!

 

 

 

 

 

Friday Night

 

We will aim to start the event by meeting everyone in the bar on the Friday night at 7pm.  You will have the chance to meet your fellow participants and make some new friends.  Dinner will then be served in the restaurant at 8pm.  We appreciate that a lot of you will have had long journeys up and it may not be possible to make the 7pm meet.  Therefore the main briefing for the Challenge will be after dinner.

 

 

 

Saturday 

 

Breakfast:      8am

 

Main Briefing: 9am in the Lounge

 

Leave by coach to the start of the Challenge: 9:15am

 

Picnic lunch

 

Three course dinner: 7pm

 

 

 

Sunday

 

Breakfast: 8am

 

Leave by coach: 9am

 

Picnic lunch

 

 

 

 

 

Friday 28th - Sunday 30th Sept 2018

 

Price per person

Full Package

With 2 nights accommodation

2 breakfasts

2 picnic lunches

2 evening meals

All transport to walks

Professional walking guides

 

Twin share £165.00 / person

 

Single £205.00 / person

 

Please check we have single availability when booking

EXTRA Night

Sunday 30th Sept- Monday 1st Oct

Dinner, Bed & Breakfast

 

£50.00 per person in a twin

£70.00 per person in a single

Event only

2 picnic lunches

1 evening meal

All transport to walks

Professional walking guides

 

 

£75.00 per person

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3  WalkWise Joining Instructions to

 

The Holiday Inn Cheltenham Gloucester

 

The WalkWise guides will arrive early evening and are looking forward to meeting you.

 

  • Arrival meal: is set for 8pm,when you will have the opportunity to meet your guides and they will discuss the overall event and walks.

 

(If you are going to be late for the arrival dinner please advise the hotel and ask them to inform the WalkWise guides).

 

  • Arrival time: any time after 2pm.  Should you wish to arrive any earlier please enquire at the hotel directly.
  • What to bring: To ensure that you are properly equipped, please take a moment to read through the ‘What to bring list’ and ensure that you have the necessary clothing and equipment.
  • Check In Notice
  • From 14:00, if rooms are available earlier we will be happy to check you in
  • If you have any problems in finding the hotel or are not going to arrive in time for the 8pm arrival meal please give us a ring

 

 

 

Holiday Inn Gloucester Cheltenham, Crest Way Barnwood Gloucester , GL4 3RX  

 

Holiday Inn Gloucester Cheltenham telephone number  (++44)  0871-942 9034

 

 

 

web: http://www.holidayinn.com/hotels/us/en/gloucester/glcea/hoteldetail

 

 

 

  • Useful Telephone numbers:
  • Andrew                    0774 489 2263 (guide)
  • Gideon                     0780 907 0257 (guide)

 

 

 

 

 

Directions

 

Road

 

From London, take theM4 towards Wales and leave at Jn 15 (Swindon).  Pick up the A419 towards Swindon and Cirencester, which then turns into the A417, signed Gloucester.  Follow the A417 to the M5 and head for the Midlands.  EXIT M5 AT JUNCTION 11 AND TAKE THE A40 TOWARDS GLOUCESTER. AT ELMBRIDGE COURT ROUNDABOUT TAKE THE A417 TOWARDS CIRENCESTER. AT THE NEXT ROUNDABOUT TAKE THE 2ND EXIT, THEN TAKE THE FIRST LEFT INTO THE HOTEL CAR PARK.

 

 

 

M5

 

By Car the Holiday Inn Gloucester Cheltenham could not be easier to find.  EXIT M5 AT JUNCTION 11 AND TAKE THE A40 TOWARDS GLOUCESTER. AT ELMBRIDGE COURT ROUNDABOUT TAKE THE A417 TOWARDS CIRENCESTER. AT THE NEXT ROUNDABOUT TAKE THE 2ND EXIT, THEN TAKE THE FIRST LEFT INTO THE HOTEL CAR PARK.

 

 

 

Railway

 

Gloucester rail station is 2.5 miles away, taxis are about £5.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4  What to bring:

 

You MUST have:

 

  • Walking boots
  • A Water bottle (minimum 1 litre)
  • A Rucksack with a plastic liner
  • Waterproofs: jacket and trousers
  • A Warm hat
  • Warm gloves (not leather)
  • Thick walking socks
  • Base layer:(thin thermal or warm T-shirt, not to be cotton as it gets cold when wet)
  • Over layer:(warm sweater or fleece)
  • Extra layer: warm top for when cold (eg. when stopped for lunch)
  • Comfortable walking trousers (not jeans as they are too cold & heavy when wet)
  • Personal Medication
  • Smart casual clothes for the evening.

 

 

 

You may wish to bring:

 

  • Vacuum flask (if you like hot drinks on the hill)
  • Medium size Tupperware container or plastic bag, to put picnic lunch in.
  • Sit mat
  • Sun glasses
  • Lip salve
  • Camera
  • Personal first aid kit
  • Trekking poles

 

 

 

In good weather and/or summer, you may also wish to bring

 

  • Short trousers
  • T - Shirts
  • Sun hat
  • Sun tan lotion

 

 

 

If you would like a map for the event, walkwise can now offer you some special deals, please visit www.walkwise.co.uk and use the link to get 10% off your order and see the latest special offers. The maps you will need for this weekend are         

 

Outdoor Leisure 45   The Cotswolds

 

Explorer            179 Gloucester, Cheltenham and Stroud

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5. Preparing yourself for the Event

 

 

 

The Cotswolds Challenge is a physically demanding event.  You will be walking in the hills for two days and each of these days will consist of up to 12.5 miles with some ascent and descent as well.  If you are not used to walking, or taking regular exercise, then you ought to prepare yourself. 

 

 

 

Your body needs breaking in and occasional maintenance too! If you prepare yourself gradually you will enjoy the event even more.   It is best, less painful and much easier to build up your fitness levels gradually!  If you exercise regularly, go swimming, play squash once a week or consider yourself to be averagely fit already, then you have a good starting point, but it is best get used to walking as well.  Following these guidelines will help your body prepare for the event:

 

 

 

Getting used to your Boots!

 

Simply walking around your home and going shopping in your boots will allow your feet to get used to them.  This will help to prevent unnecessary blisters and pain, almost always a good thing.  Nevertheless, this is not sufficient, it is useful to prepare yourself a little bit more, and the best way to do this is to walk!

 

 

 

Building up your Fitness

 

The simplest changes in your everyday life can make the biggest difference.

 

Ø  If you are popping out to the shops, then slip into your boots and walk instead of taking the car. 

 

Ø  If you go to work on the bus or tube, make a resolution to walk to the next stop or get off a stop early. 

 

Ø  Once a week during your lunch hour take a brisk walk around the park.

 

Ø  To get yourself used to ascent and descent, make a resolution not to use the lift!  Using the stairs regularly is a very effective tool in preparing your body for climbing in the hills.

 

 

 

Go on some half day walks

 

To build up your stamina, it is a good idea to actually go on a walk!  On a couple of days off, have a walk in the park or go the local countryside.  Buy a local guide book of short walks, perhaps get some friends together and just do it!  Walks which end with a pub lunch seem to be extremely popular!

 

Try to do 2 or 3 half-day walks over the next few months and gradually build up the distance you do.

 

 

 

Try some full day walks

 

After doing some half-day walks, try a couple of full day walks.  Keep increasing the distance until you feel happy with your own ability.

 

 

 

This is the best and most effective way to prepare yourself for the event.

 

Remember the event is not a flat out race, it is fun challenge event

 

and a good fitness level will help you to get the most out of it!

 

 

 

 

 

6.         How to Book and Summary of Booking Conditions

 

 

 

1)     Any provisional booking will be held for 14 days pending receipt of your deposit.

 

       (the deposit of £50.00 is non refundable)

 

 

 

2)     Your place is secured only when WalkWise UK Ltd receive your deposit

 

 

 

3)     cheques are to be made payable to WalkWise UK Trust Account

 

 

 

 

 

4)     The balance must be received 8 weeks prior to the start date of the event

 

 

 

5)     Cancellation

 

Up to 8 weeks prior to the event, you cancellation will result in loss of deposit. Thereafter the following cancellation charges will apply.

 

cancellation up to 6 weeks prior 50% of the price

 

cancellation up to 3 weeks prior 75% of the price

 

cancellation up to 2 weeks prior 100% of the price.

 

 

 

6)     The event will be operated by WalkWise UK Ltd.

 

 

 

7)     For complete Booking conditions please see

 

                http://www.walkwise.co.uk/terms-and-conditions.html

 

 

 

8)  Their company address is

 

WalkWise UK Ltd

 

                                    30 GreenWays Drive Endmoor Kendal LA8 0EL

 

                                    Tel Fax 01539 560 911

 

                                    e-mail : holidays@walkwise.co.uk

 

                                    www.walkwise.co.uk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7 room list

 

 

 

Cotswolds Challenge

Bedding List

WalkWise UK Ltd

BBC

 

50 pax in total

32 rooms held at the hotel

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

single

name

 

single 1*

 

 

single 2 *

 

 

single 3 *

 

 

single 4 *

 

 

single 5

 

 

single 6

 

 

single 7

 

 

single 8

 

 

single 9

 

 

single 10

 

 

single 11

 

 

single 12

 

 

 

 

 

twin rooms

name

name

twin 1 *

 

 

twin 2 *

 

 

twin 3 *

 

 

twin 4 *

 

 

twin 5 *

 

 

twin 6

 

 

twin 7

 

 

twin 8

 

 

twin 9

 

 

twin 10

 

 

twin 11

 

 

twin 12

 

 

twin 13

 

 

twin 14

 

 

twin 15

 

 

twin 16

 

 

twin 17

 

 

twin 18

 

 

twin 19

 

 

twin 20

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

* room held for 3 nights

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

twin 19

 

 

twin 20

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

* room held for 3 nights

 

 

 

 

 

 

Organised by

WalkWise Uk Ltd

30 Greenways Drive, Endmoor, Kendal

Phone: 01539560911

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