Date: 4th June (end Week 6)
The Wye Valley is an area of outstanding natural beauty, straddling the border between England and Wales. The area is especially rich in history. It contains standing stones which date back to the Bronze Age, and various medieval castles can be found scattered across the valley. The area is also home to a diverse range of wildlife. This includes wild deer, along with some of the rarest species of fish, which can be found in the River Wye.
For more information see the trip poster.
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|Trip Organiser:||Michael Hopkins, Simon Lewis|
|Leaders:||Michael, Danni Fernandes|
|Departure time & location:||8 am outside Trinity gates, Broad Street|
|Estimated return time:||Evening|
|Lunch:||Participants need to take their own packed lunch.|
|Extra equipment:||Well worn-in walking boots, waterproofs, warm clothes|