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The Walks' Terms and Conditions and Privacy Statement have been updated for 2019. Please make sure you have read these before registering for 2019's K2B or C2B walk.

Team registration for the 2019 walks opens on the 21st January. You will need to give your team coordinator your 6 digit member ID prior to this; if you don't already have a member ID please register here.

Thanks to all who took part in 2018's K2B and C2B walks. A massive £333,205 was given away to your charities and good causes; see our Charity Awards page for the full detail.

Watch out for more info on this year's walks which will be held on the 11th May 2019.

 

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C2B Start (Walkers)

Coniston Sports and Social Centre

  • Miles to go: 21.07

The Coniston to Barrow Walk (C2B) starts on the edge of Coniston village at Coniston Sports and Social Centre in Shepherds Bridge Lane.

Participants should be dropped off from coaches and support vehicles at John Ruskin Secondary School, Lake Road, LA21 8EW, and should walk from there to the C2B start.

  • Toilets - at the walker assembly area
  • Food & drink - FOR PURCHASE at the social centre

The C2B walk starts in the car park next to the social centre building. There is a large number of people to be accommodated, so it is essential that you pay close attention to instructions from marshals, and listen carefully to information provided via the event Public Address (PA) system. Do not cross barriers that are intended to segregate areas of the car park and the start queue area.

The Coniston Sports Club Committee will be selling teas, coffees, bacon buns, etc, to raise funds for the club. Please support them. Do NOT set up your own cooking and brewing facilities in the sports club grounds.

At the start of the C2B walk, walkers cross a small field and exit via a farm gate onto the public footpath alongside the B5285. The field may be in use for lambing. Please walk through it responsibly, staying within the marked area close to the field boundary, and avoid upsetting the sheep. DOGS ARE NOT PERMITTED through the field. If you have a dog, please register at the C2B start checkpoint, and then take a short detour to the bottom of Shepherds Bridge Lane, turn left at the junction and walk over the stone bridge, taking care to avoid traffic on the road. Rejoin the main walk route on the footpath on the left of the road beyond the small cluster of houses.

The walk proceeds eastwards along the footpath, across the top end of Coniston Water, and then down the east side of the lake.