New Mills Walkers are Welcome
Aug24

New Mills Walkers are Welcome

Here is an update of events over the next few weeks: Saturday 27 August : Walk to Marple Bridge via Linnet Clough, train back from Marple Bridge. Meet at New Mills Heritage Centre at 10.30 am. Stout footwear recommended as Linnet Clough is a bit rocky Sunday 28 August : Bat Walk Meet at the Heritage Centre at 6.30 pm Short talk and video followed by a short walk Thursday 1 September : Goytside Meadows Meet at the Heritage Centre at...

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Local guided walks
Feb20

Local guided walks

New Mills Walkers Are Welcome have published a series of guided walks local to the town which you can view and download to print from the links below, with full instructions as to the exact routes.  Alternatively you can collect paper copies of the leaflets from New Mills Heritage & Information Centre, Rock Mill Lane or from High Street Books, 6 High Street, New Mills. 01GoytsideMeadows   02LanternPikeFromRowarth  ...

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Walkers are Welcome
May12

Walkers are Welcome

New Mills Walkers are Welcome group now run a weekly short Walk for Health. If you know someone who is recovering from illness, or whose health needs a boost, these short walks are 40 minutes or so in length, and we match our pace to the needs of the walkers. These walks happen every Tuesday at 10.30am from Pulse Cafe on Union Road, New...

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Flora and fauna – Ouzels
Apr21

Flora and fauna – Ouzels

In my book there are wild creatures, and there are WILD creatures. The former include bluetits, rabbits, robins, blackbirds and so on…the sort we see every day, but the latter, they are the ones that haven’t seen much of humankind. They spend most of their lives in wild, sometimes desolate places and scarper at the slightest disturbance. Fieldfares and redwings, our winter-visiting thrushes, curlews, wheatears and other birds of the...

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