🌳Walk, Talk, & Make a Difference for children, young people and their families with The Junction!

Join The Junction Foundation and walk alongside hundreds on the stunning Tees Heritage Walk on May 12th

Choose from scenic routes along the River Tees, ranging from 1 to 12 miles, while raising vital funds for key services provided by The Junction to benefit local children and young people across Tees Valley, departing from Middlesbrough College at 9 am.

Make every step count: Together, we can walk to support The Junction’s vital work and help ensure no child or young person in need goes without.

Enjoy a fun and meaningful day: Take in breathtaking views, learn about the river’s history, and connect with the community. Whether you’re a seasoned walker or a casual stroller, there’s a route for you! This event is open to all, businesses, the general public, children and families included.

Routes Available:

🌿Main Walk (12.8 miles): Middlesbrough College to Stockton’s Millennium Bridge and back.
🌿Infinity Bridge and back (11 miles)
🌿The Tees Barrage and back (9.8 miles)
🌿Newport Bridge and back (6.9 miles)
🌿One way route to the Millennium Bridge (6.5 miles)
🌿Dock Dawdle – from College around Middlesbrough Dock (1 mile)


£5 per adult or £10 per family payable at the point of registration

📌Ready to be a part of something special?

Register and find out more information on his event at https://lnkd.in/e2iRbHkx

Download your sponsorship form: from the Rotary website detailed on the link above

📌Want to join us at our meeting point for a photo opportunity?

Email dawn.golightly@thejunctionfoundation.com and provide your name, email address and organisation name (where applicable). We can then keep you updated on arrangements!

This event is organised by Middlesbrough Erimus Rotary, supported by Middlesbrough and Stockton Colleges, Middlesbrough and Stockton Councils, PD PORTS GROUP LIMITED, Groundwork North East & Cumbria and Middlesbrough Cleveland, Teesside West and Stokesley Rotary Clubs. The walk offers the opportunity to raise funds and at the same time learn more about the River Tees industrial heritage and the transformation work being undertaken by Councils, volunteer organisations and Rotary to reshape the banks and footpaths of the river, once the site of Teesside’s internationally acclaimed iron and steel making industries.