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U3A Walking Group - Thursday 11 July

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Our next short walk will be on Thursday 11th July, to be led by Anne. This will be a 4 mile circular walk to Pettypool Woods and back along part of the Whitegate Way. There were 3 stiles, no animals and it was dry under foot.
Meet at the car park behind Alison's at 09.20, or at the start of the walk ready to leave at 10.00. The walk starts in Kennel Lane, off the A556 in Sandiway, which is about 13 miles from Tattenhall.
Directions
From Tattenhall head to Tarporley; follow the A49 north, when you reach the A556 junction turn right. Kennel Lane is a right turn just before the next set of traffic lights. The turning is quite easy to miss, and it is a no through road so approach it from the A556. (SatNavs may try to come direct you to the south end of Kennel Lane, but there is no car access to the start of the walk from the south.) Park about 1/3 of a mile down Kennel Lane on the roadside.
We plan to go to the Lounge on the A556 for lunch, (you might remember it as the Little Chef). They don't appear to have a website so I have attached a photo of the menu.
Please can you let me know (jillhug@hotmail.co.uk) if you can join us, and where you will meet up; by Tuesday evening if you want to stay for lunch, to give Anne time to book.

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