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Are you up for a challenge? Apply for The Big Walk 2018!

We're looking for walkers to take part in The Big Walk 2018: find out more and apply!
Eden Project Communities
The Big Walk is back!
Are you interested in community? Do you love meeting new people and being outdoors? Do you have a gap in your diary in May? If so, it sounds like The Big Walk might be right up your street!

We’re searching for people passionate about their community to join us on The Big Walk 2018, for an experience of a lifetime. This May, four teams of walkers will embark on four routes across each of our four nations, covering more than 250 miles across the UK over 21 days.

Each day, along the route, the intrepid wanderers will stop in different communities to shine a light on the amazing groups and events that bring people together where they live. Taking their first steps in May, they will share conversations, food, stories and experiences, before walking home to Big Lunch celebrations on 3 June.

Last year our walkers covered a combined distance of over 1400 miles on foot between 29 May and 18 June, meeting with passionate people who do incredible work in their communities. Get inspired by reading all about their highlights and watching their journey here.

If this sounds like your cup of tea, read this brief to find out more and apply to be one of this year’s walkers.

If you have any questions, get in touch with us at or call us on 0845 850 8181 (local rates apply).

Let’s get walking!

The Eden Project Communities team
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