Lining up for Jubilee Walk!

This year’s Bridgnorth Walk coincides with the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Bank Holiday Monday on June 4 and looks set to be as popular as ever.

At the time of What’s What going to press, walkers entered represented a staggering 148 charities.

First organised in 1967, the Walk has become a Bridgnorth institution with up to 1,200 competitors taking part in the 22-mile adult event and many other local people involved in supporting roles – last year saw more than £120,000 raised for charity.

The seven-mile junior walk, for youngsters aged between 10 and 13, this year incorporates a 3km fun run to begin with.

All walkers will need your support during this special Jubilee Walk, so make sure you get out there and cheer – the senior walk begins at the Town Hall at 10am, the junior walk starts in Ditton Priors at 11am.

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