Thanks to everyone who attended the 4th October walk, which was through the picturesque village of Bothamsall along the River Maun then through Conjure Alders, an ancient wood, and on along the River Meden.
We then had our lunch at the side of the Meden sitting on top of Robin Hood’s cave, overlooking very nice views of the surrounding countryside. We then walked through Boughton Brakes, a wood belonging to the National Trust and worked our way back to the start through Walesby and over the open countryside.
It was a walk of around 9 miles, but was very flat and was enjoyed by all, including the new members. The weather managed to hold off until the end of the walk, which made it a nice day for walking, though a little breezy toward the end. On the way home we called in at the White Post for a well deserved pint of Timothy Taylors.
The group is open to new members who are always welcome.