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Booking Conditions

  • Bookings are non-refundable except in the unlikely event that an event is cancelled.
  • Priority will be given to online bookings but should you wish to book by post please complete the booking form and send to: Kington Walks, c/o Kington Tourist Information Centre, 5 Church Street, Kington, HR5 3AZ together with your cheque for the correct amount made out to 'Kington Walks' and a self-addressed stamped envelope. Tickets by postal bookings will be subject to availability.

pdf Kington Walking Festival - Postal booking form 2017 



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Kington Market Hall



We have a range of events running during the festival, both during the day and in the evenings. See below for more details. We look forward to seeing you at the opening evening Goulash supper and hopefully at many of the other events too.

Made in the Marches: Open Gallery

Sponsor: Made in the Marches

Jim Rann and Annie Gamble opened a new art gallery at the beginning of April in the old bookshop at No. 12 Church Street, Kington. The gallery showcases and sells art and crafts made by established and emerging makers living and creating in the Marches of Herefordshire, Shropshire and Powys. There will be a special exhibition in September in line with both h.Art and the Kington Walking Festival.

To mark this occasion, they are kindly offering a 10% discount to walkers. So do go along, with proof of your tickets for the festival to benefit from this offer.


Additional Info

  • Date Thursday, 21 September 2017
  • Start Time Thursday - Sunday 10:00am - 5:00pm (or later by appointment)
  • Venue Made in the Marches Gallery
  • Price Free

Outside Inside: Walk In Garden and Studio Event

There will be a walk in open garden and studio at Polly Miller's Gallery in Bridge Street with paintings, prints and plants. Sculpture in the garden by Rachel Ricketts.

Polly gallery

Tea and cake available

Additional Info

  • Date Thursday, 21 September 2017
  • Start Time Thursday to Sunday 11:00am - 6:00pm
  • Venue Polly Miller's Gallery at the Brickhouse
  • Price Free

Nordic Walking

Learn the specific technique of Nordic Walking with Zoe Hooper, a British Nordic Walking qualified instructor. Enjoy getting exercise in the great outdoors. Suitable for all ages, abilities and fitness levels. Specialist poles will be provided.

  • Burn 46% more caolries
  • Less stress on your body and joints than regular walking
  • Good for posture and mobility of spine
  • Exercise over 90% of your skeletal muscles
  • Releases neck and shoulder tension

The session will last 1 hour.

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Kington's Unexpected Edibles

It is with regret we have been forced to cancel the foraging event.



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Goulash Evening

We are opening this year's festival once more with another of Trish MacCurrach's excellent goulash evenings. There will be a dessert too, a vegetarian option and a bar with local beer. It’s a great opportunity to meet other walkers, walk leaders and organisers. Book your tickets soon, as it sold out last year !

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Goulash cooked by Trish of The Outdoor Kitchen

Additional Info

Walk Code: 3
In Stock: 7

How to Read a Map - Map Interpretation Workshop

Sponsor: Kevin Walker Mountain Activities

Learn to correctly interpret what you see on a map.

We welcome Kevin Walker back to the Festival. This indoor workshop introduces the art of map interpretation which enables you to get an incredibly detailed picture of the ground using simple techniques. Once you have been introduced to this simple yet effective skill, you will never look at a map in the same way again.

Map Int

Kevin will also have copies of his books available for sale, so bring some cash!

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Many a crash landing in Radnorshire

Sponsor: Logaston Press

In the run up to the First World War Radnorshire was host to some unexpected landings of aircraft and a French balloon all intending to make it further to the west. These were quickly followed by planned arrivals as part of series of air displays at summer shows and events, though not all went smoothly. These displays helped encourage several Radnorshire lads to join the Royal Flying Corps during the war and the aerial joie de vie continued in the 1920s and 30s, when an airport was briefly established at Llandrindod Wells offering air taxi services to places such as Hereford. During the second World War, Radnorshire was the site of several crash-landings from aircraft on training flights, including two in one afternoon. Crashes continued after the war as Radnorshire was part of a low fly training area for the RAF.

Tales of these and of Radnorshire pilots and aircrew will be told by Phillip Jones & Amanda Willis who have been researching the subject for many years.


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Little Rumba

Little Rumba, a much loved Presteigne based band will be playing the final gig at the Burton Hotel, Kington. The band writes all their own music and has developed a house style which owes debts to East Europe and South America as well as jazz and blues. It is impossible to sit down while they are playing - it's music to get you up and dancing all evening - however far you have walked!

cover stage fullband

It promises to be a truly memorable final evening.



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Kington Walks is a charity registered in England and Wales (1172022)