Saturday, December 28, 2013

Walking on Brontë country

A walking alert for today, December 28:
A walking club will be enjoying a Brontë-themed walk on Saturday. Bradford CHA Rambling and Social Club will be leading a circular walk called ‘Shirley and the Luddites’ around Gomersal. Members are asked to meet at Bradford Interchange to take the number 283 bus to Oakwell Hall at 9.25am. (The Telegraph & Argus)

Saturday 28th December 2013
No 283 bus from Int at 9.25 to Oakwell Hall
Shirley & the Luddites
Gomersal Circular: Stuart Blaylock 
If you feel more like doing it by yourself Pennine Prospects makes available several routes around Yorkshire on Walk.Cycle.Ride South Pennines website:
In addition, Pennine Prospects is publicising special events during the Christmas and New Year period, including several just across the borders from the Keighley area.
One of these is a short guided walk for families, entitled Fun Hat and Wig Walk, setting off from Bingley Arts Centre at 12.30pm on New Year’s Day.
The website offers almost 30 routes in the Airedale and Bingley areas, including Cullingworth, Denholme, Ilkley Moor, East Morton, Silsden, St Ives and Kildwick. There are 17 routes across Haworth, Brontë Country and the Forest of Trawden, including walks taking in Oakworth, Haworth, Stanbury, Oxenhope and Keighley Moor. (Keighley News)

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