North Cotswold

Walks - Nature Rambles

Leader - Sue Lindsay

Contact - 01386 446541 or 07718 556 303 or by e-mail via the message box on the right

Venue - Nature rambles up to 4 miles within the surrounding area of the North Cotswolds

When - 3rd Tuesday from 9.45am for a 10.00am start with the walks usually lasting about 2 hours

Subscriptions - There is no subscription but obviously you must be a fully paid up member of the NC U2A to join

Our Group is currently full, but I am happy to add to our Waiting List if you would like to contact me

This friendly walking group meets once a month. The walks are mostly chosen by the group leader but she is always very pleased to have ideas/routes from any member. We do not walk more than 4 miles and our pace is leisurely, making time to look at nature in the Cotswolds. We always end our stroll at a local pub.

We currently have 21 members, but it is very unusual for everyone to attend at the same time so come and join us and enjoy the scenery and the local nature .

Please note we do not meet in December & our January meeting is a post Christmas lunch

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