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Ducks at Hankelow Green - December 2010

Steve Elliott and John Down have kindly offered to lead the short-ARS walk tomorrow morning.

It will be a gentle New Year's Eve walk along familiar paths North of the village:-

Mill Lane onto Monks Lane; follow Monks Lane to Hankelow and across the Green towards Hankelow Hall; up through Coole Hall Farm towards Monks Hall Farm and then towards Hankelow Mill; right past Monks Hall farm and onto the canal towpath; back to the village.

A gentle but occasionally muddy walk with several stiles, about 8km (5 miles).

We start from the main car park at 9.30am with the intention of being back in the village for a lunchtime pint.

 

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