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Upcoming Walks & latest news

We have restarted  the regular programe of walks.
If you intend to come on any of the walks below, please register here.
You can still attend without pre-registering but it will save time at the start if you do.
Visitors are welcome to join these walks but should also pre-register.
For location of car parks click here


Meet at Sherry Mill Hill car park, unless otherwise stated


Sun 12th Sep

Edleston Hall, Ravensmoor and Stoneley Green.

8 miles.  It is a fairly flat area and is on fields, lanes and canal towpaths. There are stiles and as we are going over fields which could have cattle, it isn't suitable for dogs.

Meet at Meet at Sherry Mill Hill to car share to Acton Village car park [CW5 8LF ] from where the walk will start at about 10.45am

Helen Lea

Sun 19th  Sep

Offa's Dyke at 50

2021 marks the 50th anniversary of the designation of the Offa's Dyke Path. This walk takes in the section along the Clwydian Hills including Moel Arthur and Moel Famau. A challenging 8 miles with over 600m of ascents. After-walk refreshments at the White Horse, Cilcain. Meet at Sherry Mill Hill to car share or at SJ 170 652 near Cilcain from where the walk will start soon after 11.00.
Malcolm Monie
Sun 19th Sep

Shropshire Way Festival
Whitchurch Walkers are Welcome and Wem Walkers
5 mile easy walk in the Wem area. Meet in the car park of the Wem Sports & Social Club, Bowens Field, Wem SY4 5AP (GR: SJ 512 292) at 1.15 pm for a 1.30 pm start. The route explores some of the Shropshire Way from the market town of Wem which can trace its history back to pre Norman times.
Join Tony after the walk for refreshments at The Tilley Raven.
Tony Eccleston
Thu 23rd Sep
Shropshire Way Festival
Whitchurch Walkers are Welcome
6.5 mile circular walk from Coton along a section of the Shropshire Way.
Food and drink available at the pub.
When registering, please indicate if food will be required.
Meet 10:45 for 11:00 start at The Bull & Dog, Coton SY13 2RA (GR: SJ 529 343)
Kevin Ikin
Sat 25th Sep

Shropshire Way Festival
Whitchurch Walkers are Welcome

A 6 mile easy walk starting from Sherry Mill Hill car park, Whitchurch SY13 1BN (GR: SJ 538 416). Meet 1.15 pm for a 1.30 pm start. The route follows the Shropshire Way Main Route to Grindley Brook and returns to the start via the old Shropshire Way. Whitchurch has been settled since Roman times and boasts a thriving and friendly community.  Following the walk, we will adjourn to The Old Town Hall Vaults, birthplace of the composer Sir Edward German, to enjoy the hospitality of hosts Caz & Gaz
Baz Fewster
Sun 10th October

Aston & Wrenbury

Drive to Aston, walk across fields past Sound Oak and then along the towpath to Baddiley Church where we’ll stop for lunch. Then lanes and fields into Wrenbury, where there’s an chance to call in at the shop, and then the South Cheshire way back to Aston. There were horses, cows and sheep in some of the fields so no dogs. 9 miles .

Meet at Meet at Sherry Mill Hill to car share to The Bhurtpore at Aston. Please park in the field behind the main car park from where the walk will start at about 10.15am

Jean White

The full current programme can be viewed on  the Walks Programme page.

Prebooked small group walks for members are continuing
These are to be booked in advance using the link sent to members.
If you woul like to join the small group walks why not join the group?
Membership costs only £5 per year. To join, go to the Membership page.

Latest news
Other  notices

The second edition of our acclaimed walks book, fully revised with 22 new photographs and extended to include the Whitchurch Wheel is available from BookShrop in Green End  - priced £6.
More information

More news
Whitchurch Walks book Photos and more from recent walks and P3 work can be found on the
 Whitchurch Walkers Facebook page.

To see a map of local paths including stile-free routes click here or on the small map above

If on your walks you come across footpaths obstructed by crops or other issues please report them.