More Walking Anthems!

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Written by Carl

As promised, here are some more of your walking anthems. Some of these songs don't have a walking reference as such, they simply inspire you to head out the door and down the street for a stroll.

It's a diverse mix, from the sublime to the ridiculous; Abba, will.i.am, Hank Williams, Billie Piper, Frank Sinatra, Fleetwood Mac and er, Bombalurina. Yes, that Bombalurina featuring mallet bothering, kids' TV presenter Timmy Mallett! I cheekily sneaked in one of my own choices too, US indie slackers Pavement.

We've also got some nice bird song recorded by Chris Watson which we selected on behalf of Theresa Hughes from Fife Council. Theresa said "for me the best music is the robin trilling in the garden as I go out the gate, the blackbird belting it out from the top of the rowan tree, the chaffinch choir in the hedgerow, the wren up in the bramble patch and the blue tits along the wood edge, every morning at 6.45. That sets me up for the day."

Hope you enjoy...

The winners of the prize draw are as follows:
 
Paul Cardle from Ondeo Industrial Solutions wins a £50 Cotswold Outdoor voucher.
 
Lynda Ross-Hale from the Cyrenians, Lorraine Anderson from Ochil View Housing Association, Alistair Littlejohn from NHS Lothian, Nicola Paul from Parkhead housing Association and Elaine Stakim from Begg Scotland all win a £25 Cotswold Outdoor voucher.
 
Britta Kalkreuter from Heriot-Watt University, Phyllis Crossan from The National Trust for Scotland, Theresa Hughes from Fife Council, Christopher Third from the Scottish Health Council, John James Turner from East Renfrewshire Council, Maureen Phillips from NHS Tayside, Saty Kaur from City of Edinburgh Council, Gail Bennett from Roemex, Ingrid Sinclair from Shetland College

The winners of the prize draw are as follows:
 
Paul Cardle from Ondeo Industrial Solutions wins a £50 Cotswold Outdoor voucher.
 
Lynda Ross-Hale from the Cyrenians, Lorraine Anderson from Ochil View Housing Association, Alistair Littlejohn from NHS Lothian, Nicola Paul from Parkhead housing Association and Elaine Stakim from Begg Scotland all win a £25 Cotswold Outdoor voucher.
 
Britta Kalkreuter from Heriot-Watt University, Phyllis Crossan from The National Trust for Scotland, Theresa Hughes from Fife Council, Christopher Third from the Scottish Health Council, John James Turner from East Renfrewshire Council, Maureen Phillips from NHS Tayside, Saty Kaur from City of Edinburgh Council, Gail Bennett from Roemex, Ingrid Sinclair from Shetland College and Rachel Paterson from Angus College all win a Pocket Mountain Easy Walks guidebook.

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