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

What is 20 Million Steps?

20 Million Steps is an annual challenge to the county’s population to walk 20 million steps in one weekend.

This campaign encourages activity from residents in Northamptonshire as well as providing our Health and Wellbeing directorate with an opportunity to remind all involved of the positive health and wellbeing effects of walking.

We are pleased to say that we smashed our target with a total of 33,172,823.

Thank you to everyone that took part.

winning image,bench in Brixworth

20 million steps pictures

We had some fantastic photos submitted over the weekend.  The shortlisted and winning photos can be seen below and there are lots more on our pinterest page.

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