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Friday 13th May
Saturday  14th May
Sunday 15th May

All walks must be booked in advance by Wednesday 11th May.
Please book online by clicking here
Registration for  the start of walks is at The Archibald Worthington Club except where otherwise indicated.
The times shown are departure times. You should register in the 10-15 minutes before that.
If you are not sure where a start point is click here for a map.
Morning, but not day walks, can be combined with afternoon walks.

Day walks - packed lunch and a drink required

Time
Walk & Leader
distance & price
Detail
Image
Status
08.35
Rail Ramble Wrenbury & Ossmere 
Peter Stockbridge
8m 6h 3 + train

Taking the 08.51 train to Wrenbury, fare payable, we join the Llangollen Canal and walk along it to Marbury Lock. We then skirt Marbury, on fields and lanes, heading to Hollyhurst, then pass Oss Mere. We then return to town over fields and lanes, passing another mere and Brick Kiln Farm with beautiful views to the east, south and west. No dogs

Register at Whitchurch Station



09.00
Redcastle Round
Matthew Lanham
14m 7h 4

Minibus to and from Prees village car park.  A pretty walk from the village of Prees across fields via Weston under Redcastle, Lee Brockhurst Hills, Soulton Wood and Soulton Hall.


5 places left
09.20
Three Counties plus
Helen Lea
8m 5h 4
A walk venturing into Wales and Cheshire via Wolvesacre, down to Llethr Mill and Grindley Brook, returning to town via Hinton and the golf course.  No Dogs.

09.40
Boots and boat  around Audlem  Bev Boffey
5.5m 6h 4
Minibus to and from Audlem where the walk will include a journey of the Audlem Lass [1 donation]. the lunch stop will be next to a pituresque duck pond and a community-owned pub.Audlem Church and a tea-room will also be visited.

2 places left
Morning walks - can  be combined with afternoon walks - bring a drink

09.10
Stiles, Gates & Squeezes
Neil & Ann Moore
4+m 3.5h 3
A circular walk around the elevated village of Ash. Minibus out and back, walk to finish at White Lion, Ash for a drink. The group will visit the wonderful Melverley Meadows [Shropshire Wildlife Trust Nature Reserve] where they will meetSWT ambassador Peter McKeon for a short talk, Return minibus to Whitchurch at 13.30pm. No dogs [updated since leaflet printed].


09.30
Caldecott Walk  Ellen Edwin-Scott 5m 3h 2
A walk and talk celebrating the life and works of local artist and illustrator Randolph Caldecott. It will pass Wirswall, where he lodged, his place of work, and some spots for his illustrations. 

Afternoon walks - can be combined with morning walks - bring a drink

14.00
Alkington & Belton
Liza Willis
4m 2h 2



A stile-free walk using part of the Belton Bracer and other gated paths. Belton
14.15
Flora & Fauna
Malcolm Monie
3m 2h 2
Circular walk including Whitchurch Waterway Country Park, Llangollen Canal, Danson's Wood and Greenfields Local Nature Reserve looking for spring flowers and other wildlife. No stiles but some slopes and steps.


16.30
-17.30
Final Get-together
1h free
Meet at The Archibald Worthington Club for tea or coffee and complimentary light refreshments. Or try something stronger - the bar will be open! Archibald Worthington Club



  Wirswall Peckforton




White Lion Ash Ring and Ramble Wollerton Wetlands Lyneal Liner