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It is with great regret that the K2B committee must postpone the Resolution Cup Challenge to take place on the 26th September to May 2021.

As we are all aware, the situation with Covid is worsening and as restrictions are tightening we believe it is inadvisable to run the event at this time even with the reduced numbers.

All the money that has been raised for the Resolution Cup this year will be presented by the end of this month. We don't want to delay getting these much needed funds to the nominated charities .

We thank everyone who has supported us this year and we are so disappointed that for the first time in K2B history we've been unable to put on a walk for the year.

With the situation as it still is, we have made the decision to further postpone the full walks for K2B and C2B until September 2021. Further details will be forthcoming.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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.

Team payment form

Do not pay in cash

We do not have facilities to manage cash or to issue receipts. The Organisers cannot be held responsible for any loss of donations money paid in cash.

To pay in team donations by cheque or BACS, please click on the link below to download and print a Team Payment Form. Fill in the amounts paid per walker, EXCEPT for amounts donated online. Send the completed Team Payment Form with cheques and/or BACS reference to the address on the form.

Download the Team Payment Form here

Team Payment Form PDF

Make cheques payable to: Keswick to Barrow Walk Committee, and write your Team ID on the back of each cheque.

Send BACS payments to: Keswick to Barrow Walk, Barclays Bank, Dalton Road, Barrow in Furness. You will need our bank account details. Please request our Account No & Sort Code via the CONTACT US form, and include your Member ID and Team ID in the BACS payment reference.

Failure to send us your Team Payment Form and donation forms will result in us being unable to recognise monies raised by individual walkers, and will prevent the charities from claiming Gift Aid. This could represent a significant loss to the charities. Official guidelines for Gift Aid are available as follows.

HMRC Guidelines for Gift Aid External website