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Pictures from the Coombe Abbey Walk

  

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June Walk: Coombe Park, Coventry

On 14th of June, we will walk through woodlands, conservation areas and parkland in Coombe Country Park in Coventry. The walk is an easy 5 miles, mainly on footpaths with some grass areas but no stiles, and mostly flat. There … Continue reading

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Glimpses from today’s walk

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May walk: Stratford upon Avon Canal

Our May walk on the 10th of the month is 4.5 miles along the Stratford upon Avon canal, taking in woodland and farmland and ending in the beer garden by the canal. There is one hill and one stile. Please … Continue reading

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Boot Women on Social Media

Don’t forget to like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter @Bootwomen1!

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Boot Women AGM

Everyone is welcome to attend our annual AGM which will take place on 22 April at 7.30pm at the LGBT Centre Come along and have a catch-up and a say in how things are run. We will be taking nominations … Continue reading

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Tomorrow’s walk: Sandwell

Are you enjoying the sunshine this weekend? Feel like it’s time to get out of the city? Then join us tomorrow on our walk through Sandwell Valley Country Park! The walk is an easy 4 miles on lakeside paths and … Continue reading

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Boot Women History

Boot Women has been going strong for over 20 years now. To find out about the group’s history, look up the relevant entries on the Gay Birmingham Remembered project.

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March Walk: Sandwell

Our walk on 8 March is an easy walk around the RSPB reserve and a fine country park that reveal a legacy of agriculture and industry. Once the site of a 12th century monastery, closed in 1525 and home to … Continue reading

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Like we didn’t know it already ;)

via @healthyBrum

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