Mid-Length Walking Group – July

The village of Crich was the starting point for our July walk. Led by John and Sue T. twenty seven of us walked uphill and down for 6 miles. The weather was really sunny in the morning and then out of the blue, it started to rain! We picnicked under some ‘handy’ trees and then carried on, in the drizzle over quiet lanes, field and woodland paths. Our walk took us past the ruins of Wingfield Manor, which was built in the reign of King Henry VI, where Mary Queen of Scots was once a captive.
We finished our day as ever in a pub, this time, The Black Swan in Crich. We had had a really good day out and our group certainly increased their takings for that day. Walking is a great social activity and if you would like to join us please come to see me at the next U3A meeting. Sue Tedstone.
Our next walk will be on Monday 17th August to LAMBLEY 

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