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Stepping Stones.Rhewl, Lady Bagot's Drive

Group: Vale of Clwyd
Date: Tuesday 18 October 2011
Start gridref: SJ 108 603
Start time: 10am
Grade: Leisurely
Distance: 5 miles
Longer description: Meet at Roadside near Drovers Inn
Contact name: Malcolm
Contact phone: 01745 888137
Our Category: D

A Walk4Life walkThis 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.

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(LW08) Vale of Clwyd Group

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