1.25 mile easy access circular walk
This walk is suitable for members to bring friends, family or neighbours, who may not be able to manage our usual walks. It’s a gentle short stroll along the central track of the beautiful Brail woods. The route could be suitable for some with wheels: off-road mobility scooters or some buggies. Contact for details, see below. Parking will be in a private farmyard with direct access to the track through the woods.
You don’t need to have limited mobility to come along. If you’d just like a short walk, some company to walk with, or if you just have an interest in local history and the environment then do come too. Dogs only on leads please. Children welcome but must be accompanied. Along the way we will pause at intervals to sit and rest on the benches while Richard Charles, custodian of these woods, tells us about the wildlife that inhabit them, the flora and the ongoing archaeological investigations into the area’s history.
Before we head back to the start a light picnic lunch will be provided and toilet facilities will be available. Vehicles will be able to assist anyone who can’t walk the whole distance.
This is a free open event but places are limited and must be booked in advance:
Contact me, Judy Haynes by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any special mobility or dietary requirements, or wish to come on wheels, please be sure to let me know well in advance so that we can be sure this walk meets your needs. Parking arrangements and directions will be sent out on booking.