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SETTLE DISTRICT U3A WALKING GROUP PROGRAMME

April to July 2016

Tuesday                                                        Thursday

  21 April
Middlesmoor Circular
(9 miles)
Pat Taylor / Ian Tennant - 825483
26 April
Sizergh Circular
(4-5 miles)
Derek and Mary Hewitson - 824471
5 May
Dent, High Pike & Deepdale
Vicky and Graham Cooper: 01524 262535
10 May
Malham Landscape
(4-5 miles)
Debi Burridge: 825922 mob: 07763 973379
19 May
Beamsley Beacon
(8 miles)
Jean Hall: 824325
24 May
Slaidburn

Margaret Brenchley: 840690
2 June
Howgills
(7-8 miles)
Keith Waterson: 822311
14 June
Sedbergh - The Dales Way
(5 miles)
Ruth Evans: 825454
16 June
Newton in Bowland - Dunsop Bridge
(8 miles)
Jeanine Ashford: 823702
28 June
Mystery Walk
(5 miles)
Margaret and Michael Cullingworth: 823978
7 July
West Marton - Bank Newton
(8 miles)
Kath Cochrane: 825683
12 July
Giggleswick Scar
(5.5 miles)
Frank and Gill Woodhams: 824458
Mob: 0790 198 1116
Friday 15 July 11.30am Planning Meeting
Followed by Jacob's Join lunch - Quaker Meeting House
Nita Hart: 830299
e-mail: bandnhart@btinternet.com
26 July
Weets Hill from Barnoldswick

Vicky and Graham Cooper: 01524 262535

21 July
Street Gate - Arncliffe
(11 miles)
Keith Waterson: 822311

At present groups meet for Tuesday and Thursday walks at 9.30 a.m. at Settle Cricket Club Car Park, unless otherwise stated, to share lifts. This may change so please keep an eye on the website or your e-mails.

All walkers must be members of the U3A and should be aware that they walk at their own risk. All decisions regarding the viability of the walk rest with the leader.

**IMPORTANT: It is required that each walker provides the leader with emergency contact details before commencing the walk. It is also suggested that £1 per person be offered to the car driver for return journeys of up to 1 hour duration (up to half an hour each way), £2 for return journeys of 2 hour duration and £3 for return journeys of 3 hours duration

PLEASE NOTE THAT ASH DIE-BACK HAS REACHED OUR AREA AND THAT SPECIAL CARE SHOULD BE TAKEN TO THOROUGHlY CLEAN BOOTS AND CLOTHING TO PREVENT FURTHER SPREAD.