Ravensdale Walk

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Sunday’s walk will be a one group walk and a little shorter than our normal, at around three hours.  We will be in Ravensdale Woods on tracks no one else seems to use, following a wall which extends for several kilometres and which it is guessed, formed the boundary of Lord Clermont’s original deer park. Some parts of it now buried under forestry roads. We’ve no idea how old it is, but it appears on the first Ordnance Survey maps from 1834-36 so it is definitely not a famine relief wall. Intrigued? So why not join us….and find out more!

We meet at the Gap O’ the North Pub, Jonesborough at 10 am for registration and debriefing. All walkers must have walking boots and a waterproof jacket, in addition we recommend (but not essential), gaiters and walking poles. Bring a packed lunch and water.

New comers are very welcome, your first walk with us is free afterwards if you choose to join us membership runs from April until the end of March and costs £20/year.

Members please note our A.G.M follows Sunday’s Walk,

(open to fully paid up members only).