Festival Programme

Saturday 13 May

The Quietest Place under the Sun? 12 miles Click for Details
Stiperstones Ridge Walk 10 miles Click for Details
Fron Wood 9 miles Click for Details
Hopesay Circular: Warts and All 8 miles Click for Details
Bishop’s Castle to Brockton Circular 7 miles Click for Details
7.00pm Barn Dance see bottom of page

Sunday 14 May

Along the Long Mynd:
Church Stretton to Bishop’s Castle
12.5 miles Click for Details
A Hilly Hike to Offa’s Dyke 12 miles Click for Details
Who Lived Here? Day 1 10 miles Click for Details
Linley Hill and Norbury 9 miles Click for Details
Downton Gorge 3.5 miles Click for Details
7.00pm Hog Roast see bottom of page

Monday 15 May

Market to Market 14 miles Click for Details
Clun Forest Highlands 10 miles Click for Details
Who Lived Here? Day 2 10 miles Click for Details
Three Hills:
Corndon, Roundton and Todleth
9 miles Click for Details
Mineside to Fireside 4 miles Click for Details
Walking for Health 1 mile Click for Details
7.00pm Bird Talk & meal see bottom of page

Tuesday 16 May

Magnificent Seven or Famous Five:
the choice is yours
13.5 or 9.5 miles Click for Details
Long Mynd and Adstone Hill 10 miles Click for Details
Walk the Portway 10 miles Click for Details
Linley Hill and Norbury 9 miles Click for Details
Offa’s Dyke and Beautiful Demoiselles 6.5 miles Click for Details
7.00pm Wine Tasting see bottom of page

Wednesday 17 May

Long Mynd and Adstone Hill 10 miles Click for Details
Views and Valleys 9 miles Click for Details
Three Hills:
Corndon, Roundton and Todleth
9 miles Click for Details
Brockton, Guilden Down, Stepple Knoll and Lower Down 8.5 miles Click for Details
Downton Gorge 3.5 miles Click for Details

Evening Programme

After a day’s walk, a chance to relax, eat and enjoy the company of other walkers and walk leaders. We have five events arranged during the Festival and feel sure they will be as popular as the walks.

Friday 12 May: Call in for a drink at the Castle Hotel at the top of the town between 6 and 7pm. Meet walkers and walk leaders, greet old friends and sort out any queries about the Festival.


Saturday 13 May: 7pm Barn Dance and a hot meal at the Three Tuns pub in Salop Street. Caller Paul Davis and the Alphabet Band make a wonderful start to the Festival. A choice of meals will be served during the evening:

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Barn dance , chilli and pudding: £12.50

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Barn dance, bean hotpot and pudding: £12.50


Sunday 14 May
: 7pm Hog Roast at the Church Barn, Church Lane. A relaxing evening with other walkers. The choice is between pork with baps and all the trimmings or vegetarian quiches. They will be both be offered along with five salads, homemade chutneys and dressings followed by puddings and cream. Bar.

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Hog Roast : £12.50

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Meal with vegetarian quiches: £12.50


Monday 15 May:
7pm  National Trust Countryside Manager Pete Carty will talk about the range of birds commonly seen in the area. This will be at the Six Bells pub at the bottom of Church Street  followed by the pub’s homemade individual pies with fresh vegetables, chips or new potatoes about 8pm.

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Talk and meal with beef pie and fresh vegetables: £8.50

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Talk and meal with vegetarian pie and fresh vegetables: £8.50

Tuesday 16 May:  Wine Tasting and a Ploughman’s Supper in our lovely Town Hall at 7pm. A Majestic Wine Tasting followed by a Ploughman’s Supper which includes cheeses, french bread, chutney, celery and tomatoes.

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Wine Tasting with Ploughman’s Supper: £8.50

 

Nearly at the top of the Long Mynd