Your registration fee will come directly to WaterAid and go towards covering the administration costs of the event as well as helping support our life saving projects with the world’s poorest communities. In return for your registration fee you will be provided with a Coast Along for WaterAid t-shirt, personalised online fundraising page, activities to take part in on your walk and support from our experienced Events Team. If taking part in a hub walk, you will also have the opportunity to join together with other WaterAid supporters, be supported on the day by WaterAid representatives and have a lovely post-walk reception!
£10 for adults and £5 for over 5 year olds. Under 5 year olds go free.
It is £50 for all over 18s with children raising what they can to help the world’s poorest communities.
No, you can start your own linear walk at any time that is suitable for you
Yes. Each hub walk has its own start time so please take a look at its individual page.
Please take a look at the tourist information links on the path information page. If you would like support with planning your walk or more information then contact the Events Team at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 7793 2232
The team leader will need to be responsible for adding additional team members. As the team leader you will need to click on ‘Team’ at the top of the fundraising page. You then click ‘get team members’ on the right hand side. This allows you to send out an invite to other team members, which has a link through to the ‘Join Team’ page.
Team Leaders can edit their details by clicking on the ‘Profile’ tab on their fundraising page when they have logged in.
Team Members get an email with the link to inform them that they have been registered – they can then follow this link to reset their password and can then use the ‘Profile’ tab to amend their details.
Before you register for your walk there is a brief description of the walk and the distance. Each walk is graded by difficulty so please read the definitions for more information. If you are in doubt, please contact us.
Of course! Unless specified otherwise on the path information page. Please always abide by the Countryside Code at all times.
When you are registering for a WaterAid walk on our website, there is a short synopsis of the walk which you can read before you go to the registration page, this will let you know if it is possible to take a pushchair on the walk. If you are in doubt, please contact us to speak to the walk organisers.
You can sign up as an individual walker on the hub walks. For the non-hub walks you must have a least one other person with you for health and safety reasons.
No. All children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a responsible adult.