Wye Valley

Date: Saturday 4th Feb

The Wye Valley, straddling the border between England and Wales, is one of the United Kingdom’s official Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The valley is where nature and culture meet. It is known for its beautiful scenery, rich history and diverse wildlife. One can find standing stones dating back to the Bronze Ages, Medieval castles and churches, and a variety of flora and fauna. The various viewpoints offer wonderful views over the valley and the River Wye, which flows through the valley. More information and pretty pictures can be found on the trip poster.

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Organisers: Nick Du Bois, Dana Vergoossen
Meet: Trinity Gates, Broad Street
Time: 8am
Return: Late evening
Distance: TBC
Cost: £12
Lunch: Please bring your own packed lunch
Leaders: Konogan Beaufay, Michael Hopkins
Equipment: Waterproof jacket & trousers, worn-in walking boots

Stonehenge and Salisbury

Date: Saturday 19th November

This will be a circular walk starting from Salisbury, taking in the sights of Old Sarum and the River Avon before making our way through farmland towards Stonehenge. Although we will not enter the Stonehenge site we will have excellent views of the ancient sites and other ancient monuments nearby. We will return to Salisbury via Amesbury by bus before driving back to Oxford.

See more details and pictures on the poster, and sign up here before 15th October!

Trip Organiser: Gráinne Baker
Leaders: Gráinne (other leaders TBC)
Accommodation: N/A
Departure time & location: 19th November, 8 am outside Trinity gates, Broad Street
Estimated return time: ~9pm
Cost: £12 + £4.20 for bus back to Salisbury
Extra equipment: Well worn-in walking boots, waterproofs, warm clothes
Lunch: You will need to bring a packed lunch