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After the exertions at Llandudno last weekend, it's a short local walk for Short-ARS this Saturday (March 31st).

We will leave the village car park heading through the square and down to Holmes Bank. Then up to Kinsey Heath and across the fields to cross the A525 near Chapel End and then up to Bunsley Bank, round by the cricket club and and come back into Audlem via Salford.

The total distance is not much more than four miles with very few hills (but several stiles).

So if we meet at 10.00am in the Car park we should be back in the Square just nicely in time for the pubs to open.

...and we will have used no petrol or other non-renewable energy in the process!

 

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