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Let's MeetUp and enjoy a Sunday walk - with or without lunch !

Lunch 12 noon. The 3 - 4 mile walk starts from the car park at 1:30pm. A walk though Worsley Woods and surroundings, at their best in Autumn.

After the walk, we can stop off at the same venue, and have a cup of tea, a drink or a meal - whatever you would like to do.

So the format is informal and flexible.

It's designed to be more of a lunch and amble than anything else, something which will provide a little light exercise and a good social. Please make sure you are wearing appropriate clothing and footwear for the weather and terrain.

The walk leaders are all members of the club and are volunteers, so unlike other walk groups there are no fees to be paid.

There are car share options available, so if you are stuck for a lift just mail the organiser and we'll do our level best to help.

There are usually between 15 to 25 walkers dependent on the weather and location - so by all means come along and join in, ..... It;s a great gateway to the rest of the club, you can talk to new and exisiting members and find out about the full range of events we have on in Manchester every month.

Just let us know you're coming along on here and we'll make sure you 're made to feel very welcome !

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  • Tom

    The walk started from the tranquil Green, once an industrial complex in the days of the Duke of Bridgewater's coal mining and canal transport operations.
    It included The Packet House, Old Warke Dam and St Mark’s church with a clock which strikes 13. Worsley is under consideration to be made a World Heritage Site.

    November 4, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    Beautiful autumnal walk following the wildflower sculpture trail in Worsley woods. great weather, great walk and good company. Walk researched & expertly led by Tom.

    November 4, 2012

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  • Bruce H.
    Club Chairman, Organizer,
    Event Host
  • A former member

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