24 May 2019
Friday 24 May 2019
Meet at Unit S6b/c Middleton Shopping Centre
Coordinated by Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM), with support from many local walking groups and charities, Greater Manchester Walking Week aims to showcase all that the region has to offer on foot. The event’s calendar features many expert-led walks, catering to a variety of interests and themes for all ages and abilities.
Details of this walk:
We have teamed up with the Lighthouse Project to bring you a new walk that focuses on Alkrington wood, Wince Brook and Middleton heritage walks. Join us after the walk for refreshments.
Walking is great for your overall wellbeing and is just one of the great activities and opportunities the Lighthouse Project offers.
Distance = 2 - 4 miles
Difficulty = Fairly easy / medium
Public transport = Bus stops nearby
Booking not required.
No matter whether you’re a stroller, roamer, shuffler, moocher or a marcher the Greater Manchester Walking Festival has something for you. Back bigger and better for the fifth year, it runs from Wednesday 1 to Friday 31 May, and offers guided walks exploring towns, cities, the countryside, canals, riversides and parks across Greater Manchester.
In 2019, the aim of the event is to encourage residents of Greater Manchester to rediscover their local area, reconnect with their friends and neighbours and to get out and about more.
For more information about this walk please contact Danny on the information provided below.
Contact: Danny Smith
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