CWA publishes its first Cotswold Way Association newsletter.

CWA has published the first Cotswold Way Association newsletter. We thought it about time we gave you, our members and supporters, an idea of what we’ve been up to and what’s planned for the future.

The Cotswold Way Association has been established as a registered charity for nearly a year. It’s taken longer than expected to put the pieces together, but the organisation is now fully operational. At its heart is our interactive website, www.cotswoldwayassociation.org.uk. Special thanks for getting it off the ground are due to Rob Talbot from Winchcombe Welcomes Walkers and Ronald Gijsel of Webees. Thanks also to the Ramblers Holidays Charitable Trust who generously met the design and start-up costs.  

Please check out the website if you haven’t already done so. You’ll see how our whole set-up has been designed to minimise operating costs and maximise the funds – and energies – for footpath improvements.

We are also pleased to say that at the end of our first reporting period on 31st March, the CWA has raised nearly £2000 from 35 memberships. We are also very grateful for donations of over £1200. This gives us more than £3000 which is available for improvement projects on the Cotswold Way and the other trails we support. We thank you all for your support.

Other items in this Cotswold WayMarker deal with …

  • CWA’s role in funding the Cotswold Way
  • CWA projects
  • Looking ahead – advertising and sponsorship
  • Looking ahead – a Cotswold Way Challenge Walk
  • Help required …
  • Q&As
  • Let’s hear from you

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Looking forward to feedback and ideas on how we can do even more to support our much loved trails.  

The CWA Trustees

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