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Christmas Walk on the Don Valley Way

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11-12-18 10:00 - 15:00

A festive ramble along the Don with mince pies and a pub lunch.
Booking is essential so we can book a space at the pub – please ring 01302 796173 or email volunteer@dcrt.org.uk – Final day for booking is the 7th Dec.

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  • 11-05-19 12:00 - 11-05-19 16:00
  • 16-05-19 21:00 - 16-05-19 22:00

    Find out about some of the winged visitors to the cemetery, when the sun goes down. We will be using bat detectors to listen to the bat's calls as they hunt for insects!

     

    Sally Hyslop will be leading a Bat Walk in Spital Cemetery and for a short way along the Rother and Hipper Rivers. Booking is essential as numbers are limited. Please email thefriendsofspitalcemetery@gmail.com to book.

     

    We will meet at the Tool House (53.232169, -1.415337) which is a short distance inside the cemetery from the top gates (53.232770, -1.414984). Parking is available on Cemetery Road and inside the cemetery along the avenue of lime trees which lead from the Top Gates to the Chapels. Please wear sturdy shoes. Children are welcome, but must be accompanied by an adult. 

     

    This walk is free but donations to the work of the Friends of Spital Cemetery would be gratefully received. Refreshments will be available.

     

    An event as part of National Cemeteries Week

  • 17-05-19 14:00 - 17-05-19 15:30

    Join the Don Catchment Rivers Trust for a walk around the Moss Brook (in association with the Moss Valley Wildlife Group). The Moss Brook is known for its interesting mix of natural and industrial heritage, and the walk will be an approximately 4 mile circular route around the valley.

    The brook once powered eight water wheels when it was an important centre for the grinding of scythes and sickles. On the walk we will see one of the dams (Never Fear Dam), close to Ford. Also, we will stop to see ‘Seldom Seen Engine House’. This Scheduled Ancient Monument is the last remaining building from Plumbley Collieries.

    The Moss Valley is also a very important place for wildlife and plants, with much of the valley designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest. Keep a look out for the rich variety of wildflowers and listen out for the birds that make the valley their home.

    The walk starts and finishes at The Moss Brook Inn, Eckington. Parking is available for patrons, and the inn will be open for you purchase lunch or refreshments if you wish.

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