The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Jill Hughes: August 2016
Here are the details of our walk on 25 August.
As it takes about 30 mins to get to Hooton from Tattenhall, I suggest that we aim to leave the village at 9.15 am to allow time to buy tickets.
Please let me know if you wish to join us, if you intend to meet by Alison's Cafe at 9.15am or in the car park at Hooton Station at 10.00 am.
You do not have to be a U3A member to try out a couple of walks with us to see if they suit you! We are always pleased to have new faces on our walks.
We start at Hooton Station at 10 am, you will need to purchase a Rail Ranger ticket (£5:20 )this includes the cost of the ferry crossing later in the day. The train leaves at 10:14am from Hooton. The walk is flat about 5.5 miles long and on paved surfaces.
At the half way point we will stop for lunch at the Britannia Inn. You can either eat your lunch outside or have a meal inside. You can have a 2 course meal for £5:59. We then continue the walk to Pier Head where we may spend some time, then get the ferry to Woodside. We will then get the train back to Hooton. It is a full day out!
If you are interested in joining us please contact us below
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