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20 Million Steps
Friday 18th to Sunday 20th September 2015

The final total

The 20 Million Steps challenge is now over for 2015!

View across Pitsford Reservoir

The final total number of steps was:


We had a huge range of people getting involved including schools, companies and others getting involved in walks organised specifically for the weekend.

Some examples of the totals submitted were:

  • The White Company who did a million steps on their staff walks
  • Rushden Library did 500,000 steps
  • Maisie who is 4 years old did a whopping 14,000 steps around Irchester Country Park
  • St Peters School achieved a very impressive 140,000 steps

If you enjoyed walking sign up to walk4life for local information on walks/walking groups and a whole lot more.

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