Short-ARS walk on Saturday

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Walking near Audlem

A Short-ARS walk is planned for the morning of Saturday, December 31st.
 
The exact route has not yet been selected, except that the Audlem Ramblers Society will try to make it a local walk so that there is no driving involved. Exactly where will depend on the weather conditions over the next two days and on Saturday itself.

The aim is to start from the carpark at 9.30am and be back in the village square in time for a lunchtime pint.

Short-ARS walks are normally of 5 — 7 miles and involve few or no steep inclines. They are either walked from Audlem itself or are within a 30-minute or so drive. They are normally on the last Saturday of the month.

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