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Walks Programme July 2016 to October 2016

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Meet at Macclesfield Railway Station Car Park, normally at 10:00 am unless otherwise stated

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        An asterisk ( * ) denotes a change to the original walks programme      
Date   Meeting time  

 Area and brief details of the walk

Miles

  Grade

Leader

               
Sunday 10th July   10.00am  

Bakewell - A walk to the village of Rowsley south east of Bakewell via Calton Pastures, Calton Lees and the Derwent Valley Heritage Way, returning via Bouns Corner and Bowling Green Farm, mainly on field paths and tracks. Two uphill sections - a climb through the woods out of Bakewell that is rather rough and stony, and a gradual out of Rowsley, rewarded by far reaching views at the top. We'll park at Bakewell Bridge Car Park, Coombs Road DE45 1AQ. All day parking is 5. I suggest we divide the cost equally amongst us.

8 Moderate Janet Dyer

 

Sunday 24th July *

  10.00am    Poynton - A six mile easy walk in the Poynton area. Meet at Macclesfield Railway Station car park at 10:00am. 6 Easy John Langdill

 

Sunday 7th Aug  *

  10.00am  

Timbersbrook - A circular walk to Timbersbrook using the canal towpath, field paths, tracks and a short section of the Biddulph Valley Way, including a visit to Dane-in-Shaw pasture, a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), mainly because of its wild flowers.  There is not a lot of uphill walking.

7 Easy / Moderate Janet Dyer

 

Sunday 21st Aug

 

   

10.00am

   New Mills - A walk to Hayfield via the Goyt Way, then an uphill path (not to steep) to  Brownhill Farm and Moor Lodge, we then cross the Moor with some great views and down into Hayfield where we will stop for our lunch break, then returning along the level path on the Sett Valley Trail to New Mills. 7 Moderate David Preston

Sunday 4th Sep

  10.00am  

Rudyard - A circuit of Rudyard Lake. A fairly level walk with a couple of short inclines, one low stile, and maybe a bit of mud after all the recent deluges. As it's quite short (about 5 miles), we will finish by lunchtime, and the Rudyard Hotel Carvery will meet the needs of anyone wanting a Sunday lunch. There's also a small cafe at the lakeside for snacks, and the usual facilities.

5 Easy Susanna Morgan

 

Sunday 18th Sep

  10.00am    Biddulph - A walk starting from Biddulph Grange Country Park and taking us up onto Congleton Edge and back down the Biddulph Valley Way. 8 Moderate John Langdill

Fri 24th - 26th Sep        Walking Holiday weekend in Shropshire.

Contact Janet for details


 

Sunday 2nd Oct

  10.10am

 

 

Macclesfield Forest. This involves bus journey so bring money or bus  pass. We will catch the 10:30am Buxton bus from Macclesfield and alight at Walker Barn and walk back to Macclesfield via Macclesfield Forest and Langley. Meet at Macclesfield Railway Station Car Park at 10:10am and we will then all walk across the round and up to the Bus Station to catch the 10:30am bus.

8 Moderate Janet Dyer

Sunday 16th Oct

  10.00am   A seven mile easy walk which will take us along the River Bollin to Prestbury and then across to Butley Town and the edge of Bollington and then canal towpath and back to the start. 7 Easy Wendy Morgan

Wednesday 19th Oct   7:30pm   Club Meeting at MASH, Backwallgate, Macclesfield. SK11 7LQ      

 

Sunday 30th Oct  *

  10.00am   Tittesworth - A circular walk that will take us around Tittesworth Reservoir with a visit to the Cafe at the Visitor Centre near the end of the walk. 6 Easy Roy Gilmartin

               
         

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