LYLE KIRK - WALKING GROUP

PROGRAMME  -  2016 Complete

Notes

  1. Transport is by car. Do not hesitate to come along if you do not have a car available or are not comfortable with driving to start of walk. Most of the walks are on Saturdays starting at 9a.m. meeting at east end of Esplanade.  Two are on Sundays leaving from Newark Street building after the end of the morning service. People usually bring some food with them for a snack but on the longer full day trips we often stop off somewhere for something light to eat and drink.
  2. New members of the group are very welcome and it is not expected that you are committed to coming along on every trip. For further information please speak to me or Jessie McKillop.
  3. While most of the walks are on good paths and solid surfaces in our climate there ia always a substantial risk of wet or muddy stretches and walking boots are recommended.

Jimmy Fisher
633434

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Walking Group 2014 photographs

 

Notes
1. Transport is by car.  Do not hesitate to come along if you do not have a car available or are not comfortable with driving to the start of the walk. The walks are divided between whole day trips on Saturdays and half-days on Sundays. On Sundays the starting point is Newark Street at 12.45 after the 11a.m. service. On Saturdays we have decided to remain with our traditional meeting point at the East end of the Esplanade at Campbell Street where there is always ample parking for sorting out cars and leaving those which are not going. People usually bring some food with them for a snack but on the longer full day trips we often stop off somewhere for something light to eat or drink.
2. At the planning meeting there was a general view that we should try to shorten the travelling distances to the start of the walks from previous years and the programme tries to reflect it. A number of members felt that steep gradients were more challenging than formerly and again the programme has sought to take account of this view in the walks proposed. If there are those however either among regular attenders or who do not normally come along who would like to tackle a substantial hill on a one-off basis please let me know and this can be arranged.
3, New members of the group are very welcome and it is not expected that you are committed to coming along on every trip. People come when they are free and the walk interests them. For further information please speak to myself, Jessie McKillop or Robert Todd.

Jimmy Fisher
633434

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