Shropshire Hills

Date: Saturday 18th March

The start point of the Shropshire Hills walk will be the Carding Mill Valley, which together with the Long Mynd encompasses 2,000 hectares of heather-covered hills with stunning
views of the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the Welsh Hills. This is an important area for wildlife geology and archaeology. More information on the area can be found here: www.nationaltrust.org.uk/carding-mill-valley-and-the-long-mynd

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Organiser: Anjali Shah
Meet: Trinity gates, Broad Street
Time: 8am
Return: Evening
Distance: TBC
Cost: £12
Lunch: Please bring your own packed lunch
Equipment: Waterproof jacket & trousers, worn-in walking boots
Leader: Michael Hopkins

Seven Sisters

Date: Saturday 11th March

The Seven Sisters are a series of dramatic chalk cliffs on the English Channel in south-east England. They are in the Seven Sisters Country Park, which forms part of the South Downs National Park, the newest national park in the UK! One of these seven cliffs, Beachy Head, is the highest chalk cliff in Britain, with a staggering drop of 162m to the sea. Come to take in the most stunning coastline England has to offer – we will be following part of the 100 mile-long South Downs Way national trail over the cliffs as part of a medium distance circular walk, and aim to pay a visit to the café at Birling Gap before it is claimed by the sea. For more details and pretty pictures see the trip poster.

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Organiser: Matt Brown
Meet: Trinity Gates (Broad Street)
Time: 8am
Return: Late evening
Distance: TBC
Cost: £12
Lunch: Please bring your own packed lunch, and money for the cafe!
Equipment: Waterproof jacket & trousers, worn-in walking boots
Leaders: Danni Fernandes, Laurent Labbouz, Christopher Thomas, Michael Hopkins