Guided Walk with The Ramblers - Whitlingham Country Park

Monday 18 February 2019, 1:30pm - 5pm

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Are you interested in getting out and about? Would you like to discover new areas around Norwich? Then join Lucas from The Ramblers who will take you on a guided walk over 5 miles!

This walk will take you around Whitlingham Park, the nearby woods and Whitlingham nature reserve. Meeting at UEA, you'll travel to the country park to begin the walk.

The route enters a small woodland of poplars and willows before passing through an open area of grassland that leads to the nature reserve, giving you an opportunity to experience classic broadland wildlife.

Lucas will also show you the church ruins that are hidden in the woods.

What to expect; various terrain around the broad with some shaper steep uphill and some steps. 

Approximate walking time 2 ½ hrs the walk will be at an easy relaxed pace, but unfortunately not suitable for people with walking disabilities that require crutches or a wheelchair.

There are facilities at the visitors centre that can be used. Good Footwear is recommended, expect a bit of mud and dress appropriately for the weather. Remember to bring water / drink and snacks for a short break along the way.

The cost for this walk pays towards the travel to and from the UEA.

 

Please purchase a ticket above to book your place. Where possible, we will try to give a 100% refund if 1 weeks’ notice of cancellation is given. Please note that with off campus trips a refund might not be possible, unless another student takes yours place.

 

Accessibility

We're committed to making sure all Do Something Different events are as accessible as possible for all students.

This event requires physical activity and is not suitable for wheelchair users due to the rough conditions. 

Any attendees with individual concerns about their accessibility are advised to contact Union Opportunities (Union.Opportunities@uea.ac.uk) for additional support. 

 

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