Sun 18th Apr 2021Tattenhall Online weather - OvercastOvercast 12°C

The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire

U3A Walk

Home » News » U3A Walk
3792623_72135bdd

Below are the details of our U3A walk on Thursday, 13 October.

This month's short walk starts at the Farndon/Holt Bridge and goes south towards Crewe by Farndon.

It is a mix of quiet country lanes, a short section of the Bishop Bennet Way and crosses several fields with a few stiles.

There were no cattle when recced with just one field having a few horses which completely ignored us as we went through.

The walk will take approximately 2 hrs and is mostly on flat terrain.

Afterwards we could go to Appelgates on the A41 for tea/coffee or perhaps try the new cafe that has opened in the centre of Farndon. Would suggest meeting behind Alisons cafe in Tattenhall at 9:40am or 10:00am in the small car park by the river on the Farndon side of the bridge.

It is important that everyone contacts me to let me know if you are coming since bad weather can mean a change of plans — jillhug@ hotmail.co.uk or 01829 770634

Remember, you don't have to be a U3A member to join us for a couple of trial walks but after that, we do ask you to join the group.

We look forward to seeing you (image attributed to www.geograph.org.uk).

popular recent storiesAlso in the news

Junior Football
Tattenhall Sport & Leisure: Sat 17 Apr 6:10am

...

Brimston_Credit Iain H Leach (2)
Butterfly Conservation: Sat 17 Apr 6:10am

Results from the annual UK Butterfly Monitoring Scheme (UKBMS)2020 was hailed as a 'good' year for butterflies according to the latest results from the annual UK Butterfly Monitoring Scheme, but conservation scientists warn that our view of what is 'good' might be shiftingIt was the third good year in a row for the UK's butterflies, ranking 10th best (averaged across all...

debris 2
TWiG: Fri 16 Apr 6:11am

Had any of our readers been at the April ZOOM Meeting of the Parish Council, then they would have heard a member of the public, (who litter picks three times a week) request that the Parish Council consider the feasibility and costs of appointing an 'Amenity Cleaner' to support the work of volunteers who regularly clear litter from the roads, verges and paths throughout our...