The Memory Trail
Sunday 22nd September 2013
The RICE Memory Trail – a sponsored walk for all the family. It is one of the longest running annual charity walks in Bath, first taking place in September 1993. The walk is suitable for the whole family to join in and each year takes place in the beautiful countryside surrounding Bath.
The 2013 Memory Trail starts at the wonderful medieval market town of Marshfield, 9 miles north of Bath. Three walks of 3, 5 or 8 miles will take you through some of the Cotswold’s most secluded and hidden valleys, steeped in Roman and medieval history and stories from the Civil War. The longer walks take you through the impressive village of Cold Ashton and the beautiful woods and valleys near St Catherine.
You can raise sponsorship or just bring yourselves, as your contribution through the registration fee is valuable to us. Encourage your friends to come as well and visit one of the wonderful local hostelries for lunch after your walk. Registration is between 10am and 12pm in the Marshfield Church Hall.
All entry fees and sponsorship raised goes to RICE for our research
programme and for supporting and educating carers and families, and we have a prize for the
person who raises the highest sponsorship. It will be an excellent day out for
all the family – and the dog can come to! Entry fees are
now £6 per adult; £3 per junior or £14 per family (5 people with maximum 2 adults)
Download a Registration form and bring it along with your entry fee, to Marshfield Church Hall:
If you have any questions, please phone
the fundraising office on 01225 476435 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Memory Trail weekend contact number: 07747 100607
Past Memory Trails
The memory Trail 2012 started in beautiful Newton St Loe, then through the countryside around the pretty village of Stanton Prior and past the tranquil lakes at Bath Spa University.
The Memory Trail 2011 took us to Bishops Cannings and the wonder of the Wansdyke, a Dark Ages earthwork.
The Memory Trail 2010 started and finished in Wellow, passing through the pretty village of Combe Hay and by the Neolithic Stoney Littleton Long Barrow.