|Summary||There will be 2 walks per month, on every 2nd Thursday and 4th Wednesday and will be between 5 and 6 miles per walk. Please note that there will only one walk in January & February due to potential bad weather conditions.|
|Venue||Car Park opposite St Michaels Church, Bramhall.|
|Contact||Viv Grimshaw - Telephone details are in the paper copy of the newsletter|
|firstname.lastname@example.org with 'U3A Walking Enquiry' as the subject|
|A group of our walkers enjoying the views from the Great Ridge on Mam Tor in the Peak District.|
As walks are limited to a maximum of 20 people it is essential to book your place.To book a walk, contact the walk leader as follows:
For a Wednesday walk, book in from the previous Wednesday after 9.30am.
For a Thursday walk, book in from the previous Thursday after 9.30am
Our aim is to take pleasure in the exercise, fresh air, local countryside and points of interest as well as meeting and enjoying the company of fellow walkers. Therefore the walks will not be a race from start to finish, but be undertaken at the pace of the slowest walker. Depending on the skills within the Groups, added interest will be gained from understanding the local flora and fauna, map reading, geology etc. Where possible, the walks will finish near a pub or tea room for those who wish to end the walk with refreshment.
Although some walks may be in the locality of Bramhall, transport will be necessary for the majority of walks. To be as ‘green’ as possible, car sharing is undertaken wherever possible.
Please note that each person walks at their own risk.
It is recommended that:-
2021 Annual Report: View
Last year's restrictions meant that there were very few walks for us to enjoy as a group but we began to meet up again in July 2021 for a varied selection of walks including Poynton, Styal, Lyme Park and Macclesfield Forest. Whilst some of our members are still unsure about returning, we have welcomed new walkers to the group and we are both very grateful to those who have kindly volunteered to lead walks enabling us to offer a range of location and difficulty.
Viv Grimshaw & Tricia Canning
2019 Annual Report: View
The Walking Group has again had another successful year although the weather has not been the best on various occasions. We have this year walked a variety of areas which included Werneth Low, Chelford, Cown Edge, Mottram, The Roaches and Kinder as our long and arduous walk. I would like to thank those members who have volunteered to lead walks in 2019, without whom I would not be able to arrange two walks a month. Bob Dumbarton
This document last modified Saturday October 16, 2021
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