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Everyone who is registered on the website will recently have been asked to reset their password. We have been advised that due to a hack of our old website approximately 4 years ago, people's passwords may have been stolen at that time. We have recently had reports of them being used in phishing emails.

As a precaution, we ask everyone to reset their password to something new. We also recommend that if you use this password elsewhere you change it there as well. We would like to assure everyone that the new (current) website is secure, and there is no evidence of hacking. Note that we have never stored any personal financial information such as bank card details on the website, as all payments are processed by a secure third party, and always have been.

We have received a number of clarification questions and requests as a result of this incident. We will respond to all enquiries individually. In addition, we are now in the process of reviewing and updating our Privacy Statement, in order to clarify what data we need to retain for legal and accounting purposes. All members will be notified of the changes by email when they have been agreed.

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

Videos

K2B 2017 ~ From a walker's perspective

A montage of the whole K2B route. Filmed by Matt Dodd.

K2B 2016 ~ A great community and social event

Filmed by Matt Fleming, Elliot Govier and Adam Weatherill. Edited by Matt Fleming. Drumming by the Deatbeats.

The K2B/C2B owes its success to the participants, volunteers, first aiders, and supporters, who turn out every year to enjoy the day and help raise as much money as possible for charities and good causes.

K2B 2010 ~ The story of Lou Powell

A film by Jo Hutton. Additional editing by Phil Powell.

The Keswick to Barrow Walk is an annual 40 mile challenge through the heart of the Lake District. Over 2,000 people took part in 2010. One of those participants was Lou Powell. This is his story.

K2B 2008 ~ Some very old footage

Some fascinating old footage of the very first walks in the 60's. Can you recognise anyone from 2008?