Starting on Saturday 8 July, the North Kesteven Walking Festival is set to be its best yet with 2 full weeks of walking and family fun for all ages!
North Kesteven is privileged to a vast open countryside with fascinating heritage and diverse wildlife. The NK Walking Festival aims to showcase these opportunities bringing them to you to enjoy the great outdoors. The NK Walking Festival will take place from Saturday 8 to Saturday 22 July and is packed full of walks across the district designed for all ages and abilities to enable as many people as possible to take part. Each walk will be led by a walk leader with the majority of walks free to attend.
Popular walks so far include herb walks with herbalist Hannah Sylvester on Saturday 8, 15 & 22 July, An Introduction to Bloxholm Wood on Saturday 8 July, Templars on the Heath on Monday 10 July, and Whisby Pie Night on Thursday 20 July. Event organisers have doubled the walk programme again this year with nearly 40 walks available showcasing what the district has to offer as well as being able to offer longer walks including evening and weekend walks.
Make sure you get your favourites booked and call the events team on 01522 694353 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also view the full programme online by visiting www.1Life.co.uk/NKWalkingFestival; you’ll be sure to find a walk for you!
Explore Sleaford’s fascinating past; discover beautiful artworks or visit the incredible Doomsday Book at Lincoln Castle during the festival’s opening weekend. We’ll also be going on a Bear Hunt, learning new tips and tricks in a Dog Behaviour & Agility Walk, or join us as we explore North Kesteven District Council’s NEW Stepping Out Walk in Heckington on Tuesday 18 July.
For more information or to book on any of the walks please contact Jade Oliver on 01522 694353 or email email@example.com. You can also keep up to date with what’s happening by following us on Twitter @NKWalking or finding us on Facebook /NK Walking Festival.
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