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Whaley Bridge circular

Group: Chesterfield & North East Derbyshire
Date: Saturday 13 April 2013
Start gridref: SK012815
Nearest town: Whaley Bridge
Start time: 10:30am
Grade: Moderate
Distance: 10 miles
Longer description: Meet: Canal Street car park (free) off A5004 in centre of Whaley Bridge for Peak Forest canal, Millenium walkway at New Mills, Bugsworth circular
Contact name: Walks Leader
Contact phone: 01246 417984
Contact email: dblac@talktalk.net
* Dogs are permitted on this walk

sunrise 06:13
sunset 19:47

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(SD01) Chesterfield & North East Derbyshire Group

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Phone: 01246 220373
Website: http://www.chesterfieldramblers.org.uk
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A Group that does what it says - organises in excess of 350 walks per annum accessible to people in the Chesterfield and North East Derbyshire area.

From short to long, car to bus, easy to strenuous, linear or circular, joint walks with Sight Support Derbyshire etc.- you name it we do it.

Please see chesterfieldramblers.org.uk and chesterfieldramblers.com for more details. You can even follow us on Facebook or send us a tweet. A free taster walk costs you nothing.

General Note

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