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POTTERSPURY HISTORY WALK | APPROX 5 MILES | MODERATE
September 16 @ 6:15 pm - 8:30 pm BSTFree
MEETING PLACE: Car park of the Potterspury Sports and Social Club
ABOUT THE WALK – grade: Moderate Route
This is an undemanding walk which goes through three charming Northants villages.
This walk is not suitable for larger dogs as there are simply too many “non-dog-friendly” stiles to cross. There is a small element of road walking (about 100ft), but the rest is on well-trodden footpaths.
Main areas of interest include:-
* The Queens Oak Tree, which is where Queen Elizabeth would secretly meet Edward!
* Lace buildings
* Wooded areas
* A sinkhole
* Lots of amazing views over open fields
* A few streams to see
* A couple of churches
* Enjoy the thatched cottages in both Yardley Gobion and Potterspury, as well as some very posh modern houses.
* We have a water tower and a mill-house to see
* Alpacas (or they may be llamas?), a donkey, lots of sheep, horses and lots of birds.
WHAT TO BRING WITH YOU
- Good trainers or walking shoes (and other clothes of course!).
- A drink and snacks.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
There are no permissions expressed or implied by the Adventure Geek organisers. Participants make use of the facilities at their own risk and without express permission from the Adventure Geek organisers.
Walking is a physically active sport. If you have any doubts about your abilities, you should always seek advice from your GP before embarking on an Adventure Geek walk.
By registering for an event you accept that you do so entirely at your own risk and that it is your responsibility to ensure that you are fit and able to take part in the event. We regroup often and our walks cater for all levels of fitness.
Children under the age of 16 years old are the responsibility of their parents or guardians and need to be accompanied at all times before, during and after the walk.
Adventure Geek volunteers do not accept responsibility for injury, loss and damage sustained by a participant unless the above injury, loss and damage are proven to have been caused as a direct result of negligence on the part of the organisers.
Dogs are welcome on the majority of our walks, however, we kindly ask that only one dog per walker and that the welfare of the animal remains your responsibility throughout your walk. On occasion, we may add a note of “No dogs allowed” on specific walks (usually those with cattle), please respect this note.