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Littleborough & Milnrow Walking Club

01 May 2019

Wednesday 01 May 2019
Meet at 1pm

Meet at Bridge Chippy, Norden
731 Edenfield Road
OL11 5TT


Peel Tower walk with leader John Pye.

This is a friendly walking group who meet weekly on Wednesday afternoons, usually in Littleborough (Waterside pub at the back of train station) or Milnrow Park, for car share to the starts of fairly easy walks of 4-5 miles. See our programme of walks for further details.

The group was started 25 years ago by Betty Hurst after attending a meeting to encourage older people into walking. She's now nearing her 90th birthday and is still an active member.

For further information or to find another walk, please visit the link below.

Contact: Betty (Littleborough & Milnrow Walking Club)
01706 379483

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