You may be aware of this footpath issue. I am not aware of any of the background or issues that have suddenly brought the path into the limelight. I am though delighted that the Civic Society is taking an interest and bringing some practical information into play.
I have not personally ever walked the route, but I hope that DFBS will encourage its members to complete an evidence form if they are familiar with the path
If you would like to complete a form, please email me: richard266ATme.com and I will send you a copy
As expected, alomg with just about everything, we have pulled the two last walks of the Winter walks programme….Plans are in hand for the Summer programme, details will be published here soon, but despite that, none of the official walks will take place until we get the all clear. Hopefully, you as individuals will still keep walking…
An exhibition at the Sports Centre where we had a table….this day was set up for the over 55s in the area to seek out new possibilities and activities. We chatted to lots of folk, gave away quite a few leaflets, and have developed ideas for the next walking programme. One of our members was also in the choir that gave an excellent half an hour gig. See if you can spot the member!
We will be taking part in this year’s Great Dronfield 2gether show, at the main sports hall, Dronny Sports Centre, 10am to 2pm, Tuesday 8th October. Come along, and help person the stand, for this friendly, free and fun event.
as in the old song… Personally, with my legs, I don’t wear shorts. Some walkers have recently been caught out, as we waded through brambles and nettles on an overgrown section of a walk, and some folks were bitten by bugs….
Explorer is a 26-mile hike and walk across the Peak District, with the
inaugural event taking place on Saturday
21 September 2019 (World Alzheimer’s Day). Some of your members may
already have signed up to take part in the event, but others may just
want to be involved because they love walking or running, love the Peak
District, like meeting new people and/or because
they have personal experience of Alzheimer’s Disease or other forms of
dementia and want to help in some way. If so, we’d love to have them
volunteer with us to help make this new event a success!
The weather will NOT put us off….we will be there, 10am, near the Talbot on Barnes Lane…Bring gloves, shears, secateurs…and we will see you there!
Later….1pm, Saturday….7 of us turned out to chop, cut, prune, rake, tidy….
SO WHERE WERE THE REST OF YOU??? I know you all appreciate nice pathways to walk along safely, but so sad that so few of us put so much effort to help make our pathways so pleasurable for all to walk along.
click on the link on the 2019 Summer walks programme page…
There is to be an emergency closure of Unstone Footpath 17 between 11th June 2019 and 1st July 2019. This links the driveway past Siscar through the woods and across the field to meet the pathway from Hundall to Mill House.