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U3A Walk Thursday 10th October

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The next U3A walk on Thursday 10th October begins in Wrenbury- Dusty Miller car park and will be led by Lisa and Ian.

Meet at Alison's at 9.30 or 10am to start from the Dusty Miller. Journey is 11 miles, 20 minutes.

Take Bolesworth road, turn left and then cross A534 onto 'Long lane' past Bickerton village hall. Turn left again at school sign, continue until you reach crossroads by Cholmondsley arms.

Cross over onto Wrenbury road, follow this road to Wrenbury village.

Cross over the lift bridge and park at Dusty Miller pub on the right.

The walk is about 5 miles, mainly flat and easy on country lanes, fields and canal tow path.

There are 8 stiles and a 75 yard walk in a cow field.

Quite soft underfoot. Gaiters are recommended. It took Lisa and Ian 2 hours & 10 mins.

Just bring whatever light refreshments you need for the walk.

Lunch is at Dusty Miller.

Please let Jill know if you can come, where you will meet, and by Tuesday evening if you wish to stay for lunch so that it can be booked.

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