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|
|Lunch:||Please bring your own packed lunch|
|Leaders:||Konogan Beaufay, Michael Hopkins|
|Equipment:||Waterproof jacket & trousers, worn-in walking boots|