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New Year Resolution Walk around Whiston, Ulley, Treeton Dyke, Catcliffe Circular

Group: Rotherham Metro Ramblers
Date: Saturday 1 January 2011
Start gridref: SK448900
Nearest town: Rotherham
Start time: 10:30am
Grade: Leisurely
Distance: 8 miles
Longer description: Whiston, Ulley Reservoir, Treeton Dyke, Catcliffe Circular
Meet at Sitwell Arms CP Whiston S60 4HQ
Contact name: Rosemary Boyle
Contact phone: 01709 371266
Contact email: metro.ramblers@gmail.com
Dogs Welcome?: Yes
* This walk is suitable for people with young children
* Dogs are permitted on this walk
This walk is part of our Festival of Winter Walks. Our volunteers will be running hundreds of free, fun and open to everyone walks across Britain during the festival from 21 December to 5 January, so come along to a walk near you and kick-start those New Year resolutions! Find out more about the festival at www.ramblers.org.uk/winterwalks. The festival includes a variety of walks for all abilities but if you're looking for a shorter walk in particular visit www.walkingforhealth.org.uk to find out about Walking for Health walks on offer in England during the festival.Festival of Winter Walks

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Information about the organising Group

(SD04) Rotherham Metro Ramblers Group

Join the Ramblers as a member of the Rotherham Metro Ramblers Group.

Phone: 01709 371266
Website: http://www.rotherhammetroramblers.btck.co.uk
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A friendly,welcoming group that walks every Saturday and alternate Wednesdays. Walks to suit everyone take place in the local Rotherham area or in areas of South and West Yorkshire, the White and Dark Peak areas of Derbyshire and North Nottinghamshire.
On the alternate Wednesdays there is a short walk option (4-6 miles) starting from Thorpe Hesley Church.SK 378960.

General Note

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