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The postponed 2020 Keswick and Coniston walks will be taking place on the 18th September.

We'll be re-opening registration in June  for co-ordinators to add new teams and additional walkers to teams. As well as to take registration fees for those who haven't paid yet (fees paid in 2020 will roll over) - Please Note we are awaiting the Government announced on the next phase of Covid easing before re-opening our on-line Registration Payment system.

Coordinators can modify their teams today. You can remove walkers or swap walkers up to your current registered team size.

If you are currently in a team but your coordinator can no longer administer the team, please contact us at registration@keswick2barrow.co.uk

Please see our updated FAQs for more infomation

 

Revised timings for September 2021

As daylight hours will be shorter than in May, we'll be making some changes to timings to reduce the risk of walking on dark roads. As such, the Kewick walk will be starting at 06:00 and the dollowing cut-off times will be in place.

Coniston     13:00

Lowick        16:00

Rakes         18:00

Marton      19:00

Dalton       20:00

The Walk Day In Case of Emergency (ICE) phone number has changed. It is now 0777 888 4020. The new number will be printed on lanyards and route cards.

2017 Results & trophies

Results

The individual and team award winners announced on Walk Day and at our Charity Awards Evening in November.

K2B ~ Walker Finishing Positions  Excel  PDF

C2B ~ Walker Finishing Positions  Excel  PDF

Trophies

Trophy In recognition of Awarded to
Resolution Cup The best performance in a closed competition between teams from ships of the Royal Navy built at Barrow and Barrow Shipyard Teams. Go!NADs with 200 points, last person home in 13:03:18
L Redshaw Cup The team having the best walking performance, as determined by the total number of points scored. Cool Runnings - Luke Willacy with 200 points, last person home in 08:01:46
K2B Walk Challenge Cup The best walking performance by a team from outside the Furness area. AMECFW Amblers with 200 points, last person home in 08:39:06
Best Performance Cup The first man home starting at the Official Start Time of 05:30. Kevin Stephenson of Cool Running - Lucy Egg with a time of 05:25:23.
JM Redshaw Cup The first lady home starting at the Official Start Time of 05:30. Rebecca Rennie of Cool Runnings - Luke Willacy with a time of 06:12:25.
W Richardson Trophy The best performance by a team from the Armed Services other than those teams eligible for the Resolution Cup. HMS AUDACIOUS1 with 184 points
Ladies Team Trophy The first "All Ladies" Team home. Team Jake Women with 200 points, last lady home in 12:16:33.
Vanguard Cup The best performance by a Youth Organisation (school, scouts, youth centre) with not more than two members of the team over sixteen years of age. (Above School Yr 11) Dowdales Girls with 184 points
Sandy Woods Boys Trophy The first male under 17 years home having started at the Official Start Time of 05:30. Jake Cooper of K2B Tonka Fingers 2 with a time of 07:46:01
Sandy Woods Girls Trophy The first female under 17 years home having started at the Official Start Time of 05:30. Carrie Tyson of Dowdales Girls with a time of 09:39:13
Charity Challenge Trophy The best walking performance by a BAE SYSTEMS team. Go!NADs with 200 points, last person home in 13:03:18
GSK Charity Trophy The Keswick to Barrow team which collects and pays in the highest amount of money for charity. Pams Pathcrunchers with £6,394
Alice Pyne Memorial Trophy The Coniston to Barrow team which collects and pays in the highest amount of money for charity. Butterfly Hugs with £6, 230
MSF Cup The Keswick to Barrow youth team which collects and pays in the highest amount of money for charity. Dowdales Allsorts with £687
Choose Cumbria The Coniston to Barrow youth team which collects and pays in the highest amount of money for charity. Prancers against Cancer with £1,657
Gordon Howell Presidents Trophy Recognition of a special achievement during the year, voted for by the Keswick 2 Barrow Walk committee. Simon Hill
Pierce Armstrong Memorial Trophy The individual who personally collects and pays in the highest amount for charity. Ian Elson of Butterfly Hugs with £5,142