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A Walk Through History

By www.kingstonian.com (fwpbot)16/2 22:28Sun Feb 16 22:28:29 2020

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Kingstonian Supporters Club are pleased to announce the second Walk Through History, which will take place on Saturday 28th March.

Read the full news item at https://www.kingstonian.com/news/a-walk-through-history/1102

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Support from Mind in Kingston

By John Bangs24/2 23:55Mon Feb 24 23:55:36 2020In response to A Walk Through HistoryTop of thread

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Just spotted that Mind in Kingston Tweeted earlier today:

“Date for the diary: A Walk through History.
On Saturday 28th March our friends at kingstonianfc Supporters Club are holding their annual sponsored walk, which raises money for 3 local charities including ourselves.… https://t.co/QeMv4mUo2f

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And on Mind’s Instagram Account

By John Bangs27/2 23:18Thu Feb 27 23:18:50 2020In response to Support from Mind in Kingston Top of thread

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Ks Director to join walk

By John Bangs22/2 23:50Sat Feb 22 23:50:58 2020In response to A Walk Through HistoryTop of thread

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Kingstonian Director Paul Hayward is joining this years “Walk Through History” which is great to see.

Paul is also a Trustee of the Sparkle Foundation and has arranged for the match on 28 March to be sponsored in support of Sparkle Malawi

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Re: Ks Director to join walk

By Olde School Ks (OldSchoolKs)23/2 06:19Sun Feb 23 06:19:20 2020In response to Ks Director to join walkTop of thread

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Well done Paul.
We all need inspiration and a Director walking is good for that.

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Re: A Walk Through History

By David Crawt18/2 08:34Tue Feb 18 08:34:05 2020In response to A Walk Through HistoryTop of thread

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Can I please take this opportunity to make folks aware of this video depicting K's move from Richmond Road to King Georges Field via Hampton, Kingsmeadow & Fetcham Grove?

https://youtu.be/zeJu6e6LaN8

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Re: A Walk Through History

By John Bangs19/2 08:13Wed Feb 19 08:13:48 2020In response to Re: A Walk Through HistoryTop of thread

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Great stuff - thanks

As you will realise, this walk is based on the grounds in the Royal Borough of Kingston where Kingstonian have played and so doesn’t take in Hampton or Leatherhead.

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Re: A Walk Through History

By Paddy (Paddy1)19/2 08:31Wed Feb 19 08:31:04 2020In response to Re: A Walk Through HistoryTop of thread

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Walking from Kingston to Leatherhead would be a hard pass! Imagine doing the grounds in order too... just a 10 mile walk up to Leatherhead to see Fetcham Grove & then a walk back to Tolworth

I guess you could make it a bit of a triathlon at the moment... walk most of the way, swim when you get to Leatherhead & cycle back...

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Re: A Walk Through History

By informike19/2 13:30Wed Feb 19 13:30:14 2020In response to Re: A Walk Through HistoryTop of thread

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Haha, Tolworth-Lhead-Hampton-Kingston then back to Tolworth for the match, about 26 miles, ultra but possible to run it...might take the Oyster card with me though

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