The Leeds to Liverpool Canal runs from the heart of Leeds City Centre right into the dockland area in Liverpool. It runs a length of around 125 miles from one end to the other. The Canal is the longest in Britain built as a single waterway. Leaving Liverpool, the canal passes through East Lancashire and then crosses Pennine countryside and picturesque villages on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales before reaching Leeds.
The Town Mayor aims to walk the 125 miles in 6 days, commencing in Liverpool and ending in Leeds.
You can donate/sponsor the Town Mayor via the following fundraising link https://www.gov.uk/payments/keighley-town-council/mayors-sponsored-walk