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Thursday 30th November Walk Report.

30 walkers crossed the county border into rural Leicestershire and set out from the Barn at Glooston on Saint Andrew's Day which in spite of blue skies was the coldest day of the Winter so far due to a piercing Arctic wind.
The walk was 5 miles in length and encompassed a variety of terrains from cultivated fields, pasture, woodland and even some parkland around Nosely Hall.
The route was of an undulating (KDRC speak for hills) nature and gave rise to a number of excellent views with the sun shining throughout and unfortunately the wind still blowing.
All of us returned to the Barn with rosy cheeks for an enjoyable and extremely well priced lunch. Three courses for £10.00 makes this a real bargain.

Thanks to Richard G for organising and leading the walk and for Julie S for acting as back marker.

posted by CHANGERINGER on  November 30, 2017 20:14  under Walk Reports

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