The "Friends of Wolstonbury", http://www.wolstonbury.com/dates.htm were out in the rain today maintaining many steep flights of steps on Wolstonbury Hill, where, as the Early-purple orchids start to fade so Common-spotted', Twayblades and Butterfly orchids emerge. And the tiny Fly orchids, above, are now at their peak! Click on the picture to expand it. This walk then is "on the fly!"
A 6Km, moderately tough walk with 250m of ascent and descent with eight stiles, slippery in places when poles are very useful. It is NOT suitable for inexperienced walkers
Limited to TWELVE Ramblers only, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with name, mobile and membership numbers to request a place and await a confirmation email. Or text 07842 537 361. Assistance dogs only, otherwise NO dogs. Please bring a snack.
Meet at 10:15hr to leave latest 10:30hr. from the "old A23 cul-de-sac" just beyond the white fence: Grid Reference TQ 122 288126 Click this link for a picture on Google maps up the road from the Plough pub.
And below for a map.
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