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magnificant meadows and babbling burns

Ranger’s favourite walk – Poems, Meadows and Burns

Date: 2nd July 2017
Time: 10:30 am  to  12:30 pm

Join one of our National Park Rangers on one of their favourite walks in Northumberland National Park.

Greenhaugh By Simon Fraser.

One of the Ranger’s favorite walks, this follows a circular route passing magnificent meadows and babbling burns.  There will be an opportunity to hear one of Simon Armitage’s Poems in the Air.  Maybe you will be inspired to write your own poem.

This is an easy walk suitable for most walkers, but there are some short ascents and descents.

Our new website and booking system are currently in development – if you wish to put your name on a list to be notified when bookings are open for this event, please contact our Activities Support Officer – trudygraham@nnpa.org.uk / 01434 611505.  Tickets will be £8.00 per person.

Please dress for changeable weather, wear walking boots or shoes and bring drinks and snacks.  Sorry, dogs are not allowed on this walk.

Duration: 2 hours

Distance: 3 miles

Starting point (please meet here approx 10 minutes before the start time)Greenhaugh Car Park, Greenhaugh, Hexham, Northumberland

Directions: Leave Bellingham on the Hexham road, turn right onto minor road before crossing the River Tyne. After approx 3 miles turn right at Lanehead crossroads. Greenhaugh is 1 mile away. The car park is in the village, on the right,  just past the Holly Bush Inn

OS grid ref: NY 795 873

Postcode: NE48 1PW (general area)

For those wishing to use Sat-Nav please note, particularly in open country, postcodes cover a large area so whilst the postcode will get you to the right general area, you may still need to follow directions to locate the venue.

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