Group Walks Finder
EAST BRIDGFORD AND THE TRENT
Date: Thursday 10 March 2011
Start gridref: SK691 431
Nearest town: West Bridgford, Nottingham
Start time: 10:30am
Distance: 4 miles
Longer description: Leaving East Bridgford the walk heads to the Trent and then diverts up the Trent Hills before dropping to the river meadows. The walk then returns to the hill top skirting the edge of the wooded cliffside before descending to the river to enjoy the views of the weir at Gunthorpe. We finally return via the road and a field path to East Bridgford. (The route can be muddy). There will be the option of a pub lunch after the walk.
Special note: Please note that the pub is opening especially for us for lunch today so it would be extremely helpful if you could let the Walk leader know your intentions in advance if possible. Contact details below. However, if you decide at the last minute that you would like to stop for lunch, you will be most welcome to do so.
Contact name: Maggie
Contact phone: 0115 9816365
Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Start place: The Reindeer Inn, Kneeton Road, East Bridgford. Park in pub car park
Contact phone no (for enquiries): 0115 9816365
Pub or lunch stop?: Optional pub lunch after the walk. Please read above comments.
Bring picnic?: No - drink only
This is a walk of 8km/5 miles or less, supporting the Change4Life movement to help us eat well, move more and live longer. Please check details above carefully as the walk may not necessarily be over easy terrain or at a slower pace. Read more.
Information about the organising Group
(NE07) Rushcliffe Group
The Rushcliffe Group is a large group with members varying in age from 40 somethings to the mature 70 year olds. We are based in the South of Nottinghamshire, and our walks are in the neighboroughing Counties of Leicestershire, Rutland, Derbyshire, Staffordshire, as well as our own County of Nottinghamshire. We have a varied programme of walks covering distances from 3 miles to 13 miles, and we walk on most Sundays, occasional Saturdays and various days mid-week.
Join us for a walk this spring as part of the Nottinghamshire Festival of Walks. For more details go to www.nottsarearamblers.co.uk
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