THE UNIVERSITY OF THE THIRD AGE
Leisurely-paced walks of 2-6 miles allows group members time to identify some of the common and not so common wild flowers in the countryside.
Walks are all day usually finishing by mid-afternoon so a packed lunch and drinks are required.
Walking boots are advisable because some of the paths may be uneven, slippery or steep. It is also recommended that a waterproof jacket is carried. Insect repellent may be needed on some walks. A notebook, wild flower identification book(s) and a hand lens can be useful.
Leader: Sonia D Phone: 01757 248735 Email: email@example.com
Venue: Anywhere there is a good assemblage of wild flowers within a 35-mile radius of York.
Group members need to make their own way to the venues so transport is required but it may be possible for car sharing to be arranged after the first walk.
Walks are on Mondays at 2-4 week intervals, meeting at 10.30hrs starting in April and finishing in late August/September. It is anticipated there will be 6 walks.
The dates and locations of the walks will be sent to group members in February 2018.
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