Long Walks

The 5th of March saw us at Whaley Thorns for our March walk, which was 9 miles.  We set off from the railway station carpark, over the fields to Cuckney, passing the lake there which was full of different species of birds.  We carried on through Park House Plantation, past Nether Langwith and back through Poulter Country Park, at one point following the River Poulter, and back to Whaley Thorns.

It was an overcast day, but good company, we all had a good time.  There was a little mud but all in all a pleasant walk.

My thanks go to Steve and Carol who sourced and led the walk.

The group photo is a monument, meant to resemble a Rhino’s horns.


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