Mid-Length Walking Excursion to Bunny

Our intrepid medium-length walks group ventured as far south as Bunny on their latest walk. Organised by John and Sue Beharall, this took in the countryside around Bunny, including part of the old Great Central Railway line. This prompted regrets amongst our railway group members, as this was the fastest and straightest route to London, but was closed in the late 1960s. It was a cold and fairly overcast day, so it was a quick picnic stop. We were intrigued by the ‘play area’ in the Rushcliffe Country Park, which, on closer inspection, we found out was actually for dogs! Returning to Bunny, we assembled for our photo in front of the village sign, but found that we were in danger of getting in the way of the community speed watch people and their flashing speed sign.
Another good walk and turnout, completed with a drink in the Rancliffe Arms pub, one of a number of very old buildings in the village. Thanks to John and Sue for planning and organising our latest walk.

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