Shotley Walking Club
On Sunday 12th March Shotley Walking Club visited Holywells Park in Ipswich eight members of the Club enjoyed a couple of hours walking around the park which has stunning trees and ponds. when you feel the need for refreshments it has a welcoming tea room which provides a large selection of food and drinks. The park is a hub for the local communiy with lots of activities to keep both adults and children involved through out the year. here are a couple of photos of the club members enjoying themselves.
Sunday 10th September Shotley Walking Club are visiting the town of Eye for a guided three mile walk led by members of the Eye Plodders walking group.They will meet for lunch at the Queens Head in Eye at 12-30pm and the walk will start from the pub at 2-00pm. If you would like to join us please contact Jill Nunn on 01473 787504.
Shotley Walking Club meet for a Walk on the second Sunday of every month. Walks are usually three or four miles long and all are welcome. Membership of the club is free. Keep your eye on this page for future events.
On Friday 15th September Shotley Open Spaces will be doing our second Health Walk starting from the Bristol Arms at 11-00am. This is a gentle stroll around Shotley Gate lasting around an hour and a half. The idea is to encourage people to come along for some gentle exercise wilth plenty of stops. If you would like to join us just turn up on the the day.
Further Health walks will be taking place on:
Wednesday 18th October at 11-00am from the Bristol Arms
Wednesday 22nd November at 11-00am From the Bristol Arms
The Health Walks are approved by Babergh District Council Communities Team and form part of Suffolk County Council’s ‘One Life Suffolk’ schedule of health related activities.