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Whitchurch Walkers
42nd Annual General Meeting

Now on Tuesday 3rd April 2018
The 42nd Annual General Meeting of Whitchurch Walkers
will now held on Tuesday 3rd April 2018 at 7.30pm in the Archibald Worthington Club, Castle Hill
The AGM will be followed by a bring and share buffet, raffle and an illustrated talk
"A Meander round Prees Heath through the two World Wars" by local historian Roger West.

posted 17th January 2018
Mid week walk from Wrenbury along the Llangollen Canal
Tuesday 9th January 2018

We will take the number 72 bus at 09.55 from White Lion Meadow [Tesco] to Wrenbury, then we will walk back along the canal with a pub lunch at the Willey Moor Lock Inn. After lunch continue on the canal to Jackson's bridge, cross the canal, then walk over the fields back to Whitchurch. The walk will be around 7 1/2 miles, please bring your bus passes if lucky enough to have them! I had intended to do a different walk, but the "lurgy" has grounded me for a few days, so not been able to recce the walk, so will try and do it next time. Anyone interested please meet at Tesco around 09.45, and I would guess we should be back around 15.30, hope to see some of you on Tuesday 9th, Peter.

31st December
Sunday 10th December
The walk around the Congleton Loop has been cancelled on account of the forecast of heavy snow for most of the day
9th December 2017
Shropshire Way Association
The Shropshire Way has a new website which has recently gone live. It is not yet complete but descriptions and maps for The Southern Main Route are in place. The Northern Main Route is being worked on as are accommodation lists and other details.
12th October

 Wellington Walking Festival

The sixth Wellington Walking Festival 
took place on September 11th - 17th 2017
Click here to view details.

October 2017
Latest Whitchurch Walkers Newsletter
Newsletter 4
September 2017