A walking event aimed at celebrating Kettering’s history and culture is to be held for the first time in August.
The event, which is raising money for a trio of good causes – Help for Heroes, and Kettering mayor Keli Watts’ chosen charities the William Knibb Centre and the Ronald McDonald House charity – is being organised by a dedicated team and is being sponsored by Kettering’s Lighthouse Theatre.
It is taking place on Sunday, August 18, and will see walkers set off from Kettering’s Market Place on a four-mile route to the Masque Theatre in Barton Seagrave.
Organiser Gregg Nunney said: “There’s something for all the family.
“The walk will be accompanied by a visual treasure hunt with a selection of questions relating to the history and heritage of the town.
“Everybody who gets them right will go into a draw to win a great family prize at the Masque when the day is over.”
There will be no entry fee for the walk. Instead, people taking part are being asked to make a donation and every penny raised is being split between the three charities.
A fun day at the Masque Theatre will greet walkers completing the route.
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Updates will also appear at www.twitter.com/KettCultureWalk and a page has also been set up on Facebook.