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Saturday, September 27, 2008

Fancy a walk at Crickley on Sunday 23 November?

Just thought I'd mention a forthcoming Crickley event from the National Trust: The Cotswold Grazing Project in Action has organised a walk around Crickley Hill Country Park with the Grazing Manager "to examine the effect of controlled grazing by the National Trust's herd of Belted Galloway cattle on this area of limestone grassland." Booking not needed but the contact number given on the NT site is 01452 810058. Suitable for Groups; assistance dogs only are welcome; children welcome but must be accompanied by an adult. Meet at Crickley Hill top car park, outside the Visitor Centre. 23 November 10am – 12 noon. Adult £3. Wear stout walking shoes and wrap up warmly. Grazing Animals Project

2 comments:

Steve and Joanne said...

Good grief! £3 to walk round Crickley! Cricktrash trading missed a trick there.I used to think £10 a week for food was expensive...

Crickley Hill Man said...

Quite right. What will the National Trust do if we turn up and refuse to pay? What will they say if we turn up and volunteer to illuminate the public on the archaeology as well as the grazing and ask for half the proceeds?