February walk: Pattingham Circular (10 Feb 2019)

This is a 5 to 6 mile circular walk from the pretty village of Pattingham, Staffordshire (roughly seven miles from both Wolverhampton and Bridgnorth).

The walk starts in Pattingham village, follows roads for a short distance before heading past fields and woodland. The walk offers lots of views of the surrounding countryside and Wolverhampton can be seen on a clear day!!

The walk is quite flat with very shallow gradients and is an easy going walk. There are half a dozen stiles to navigate, but some can be avoided. The roads are mainly quiet, but some are lacking in pavements, so we will need to take care.
The walk will be suitable for (well-behaved) dogs and it is actually known for being popular amongst dog walkers and twitchers, too.

Some parts are likely to be muddy/overgrown so as always appropriate footwear is necessary.
Remember to bring some lunch / drinks and something to sit on.

Meet at the usual place or contact us for details on how to go to the start of the walk.

We are still collecting for Women’s Aid, and optional donations of 1£ (or more) will be welcome.

Join us!

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