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HRH The Duke of Gloucester marks 40 Years of the Jubilee Walkway in London

His Royal Highness The Duke of Gloucester kindly unveiled the 44th panel of the Jubilee Walkway at London Bridge today marking 40 years since Her Majesty launched the route on the south bank in June 1977.    The panel was inspired by the son and great grandson of the historian, artist and author Gordon Home who was the original …

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Governor unveils Wellington’s Commonwealth Walkway

Wellington’s Commonwealth Walkway has opened today encouraging walkers to visit 32 of the City’s most important and historic sites. The final commemorative walkway marker, was placed today by Mayor Celia Wade-Brown, Governor-General Dame Patsy Reddy, Sir Anand Satyanand, Chair of the Commonwealth Foundation and Isobel Pepper, a member of the Commonwealth Youth New Zealand executive.Mayor …

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Ascension Island Commonwealth Walkway launched.

On a rather blustery Sunday afternoon the Ascension Island’s Commonwealth Walkway was opened on 18th September 2016 and attended by nearly 100 people.   Ascension’s Walkway was the twelfth Walkway to be announced but actually the second to be completed. The official declaring was by Captain Rodney Young, from the RMS St Helena under the direction of The Administrator, …

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Lord Waldegrave unveils a Walkway for Eton

Eton Community Association’s ambitious project to produce a Walkway for Eton took a step closer to completion yesterday when The Provost of Eton, Lord Waldegrave, kindly unveiled the first marker outside Eton College and Chapel. The 2 mile/60 minute walk, which complements the Trust’s existing Walkway in Windsor, celebrates Eton’s diverse community and rich heritage by …

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HRH Prince Edward launches the Ghana Commonwealth Walkway with the Jamestown Paramount Chief.

We are delighted that His Royal Highness Prince Edward was able to help us start the first Commonwealth Walkway in Africa today by presenting the first marker to the Paramount Chief in Jamestown, Ghana. Special thanks to Hannah Gates, our key representative in Africa, for personally delivering the marker to Ghana and to British High Commissioner, …

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