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26/03/16 Don’t RUN a mile – WALK a mile. 

   Well, that was a most interesting day! It all started with Pass the Badge in Livingston town centre.  PASS THE BADGE ‘Pass the badge? What on earth’s that?’ I here you cry.  Wonder no more, dear reader, wonder no … Continue reading

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24/02/15 Walkamile Rebooted Update…

This summer….Boom! In a town near you…Boom! Look, this really isn’t going to work unless you do the voice…you know, the THIS SUMMER…voice… That’s better… Right, you’ll remember, earlier this year I threw out the idea, to you walkamilers, of … Continue reading

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2/2/15 Where do you want walkamile to go?

This may come as a massive shock, but I’m going to let you into a secret, walk a mile in my shoes wasn’t terribly well planned. The idea was fed by a number of things. I’d used the excellent group … Continue reading

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