ARS walks programme 2016

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The Audlem Ramblers Society committee has now published the ARS programme of walks for 2016. The schedule is mostly complete, although one or two walks still have to be finalised. Click on the appropriate link to see the schedule of each category of walk.

As usual the Long ARS walks are on the second Saturday of the month, the Short ARS walks on the last Saturday of the month, and the mid ARS walks are on the fourth Saturday of those months which contain five Saturdays.

Those wishing to participate in the walks should be ARS members, although people are welcome to come on one walk to see whether it is for them.. Membership costs £5 per year (mainly to cover insurance).

There are in fact three walks scheduled for January

January walks

Long ARSJanuary 9th11 milesBulkely and Maiden Castle
Mid ARSJanuary 23rd7 milesDelamere Forest
Short ARSJanuary 30th4.5 milesNorton-in-Hales

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