Many thanks Lucy …

Lucy Miller is a long-distance runner who hails from Bath. Since January, she’s been quietly improving her fitness running the Cotswold Way in short segments. The more she’s done so, she says, the more she’s fallen in love with the trail’s picturesque and rugged remoteness. She decided the best way she could celebrate the Cotswold Way’s 50th anniversary was to set herself the challenge of running the 50 miles or so from Combe to Bath. In doing so, she hopes to raise £250 to support the CWA’s trail maintenance and improvement work.

Lucy’s run will take place on Sunday 2nd May 2021. She’ll be starting at Coombe near Wotton-Under-Edge at 8.00 and hopes to make Great Pulteney St in Bath around 14.00  It’s not a race, Lucy emphasises, but a one-off unsupported event.

Please make a donation if you can. Just click on Virgin Money Giving for the dedicated fundraising page Lucy’s set up.

Please also look out for Lucy on 2 May and give her your encouragement and support. Here’s a rough idea of planned timetable and where you might see her:

Coombe: 8.00

Hawkesbury Upton (10km): 9.00

Coomb’s End (20km): 10.30

Dyrham Park (30km): 11.30

Pipley Barn Cafe (40 km); 12.45

Great Pulteney St, Bath (50 km)

Many thanks and very best wishes from the CWA Trustees

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