St Mark's Walking Group

Joshua 3:5

Joshua told the people:
’Consecrate yourselves, for tomorrow
the Lord will do amazing things among you.’

St Mark's Walking Group

2024 Programme

Summer Walks……..All Day

April 19th – Rivington: Tower and Pike – John and Dawn
10km. 1,000ft ascent

May 24th – Billinge Hill  – ??

June 21st – Silverdale: A quart in a pint pot – Peter
9.5km. 520ft ascent

July 19th – Sawley  – ?? 

August 16th – Yarrow Country Park – Paul

September 20th – Glasson Dock  – ??

October 18th – Scorton and Nicky Nook – Peter

Winter Walks……..Typically 10am to 3pm

November 15th – Thurstaston – Peter

December 20th – Daresbury: Lewis Carroll walk – Paul 

With a passion for hiking and a love for nature, members of the group embark on regular walking adventures, discovering hidden trails, charming countryside paths, and picturesque views.
The group welcomes people of all ages and fitness levels, fostering a warm and inclusive atmosphere.
Led by experienced guides, each walk offers a chance to socialize, make new friends, and connect with like-minded individuals who share a deep appreciation for the great outdoors.

Whether it’s a leisurely local stroll or a more challenging trek through the countryside, the St Mark’s Walking Group offers a refreshing and rewarding experience for all who join.

For more information see Paul Heaney or Peter Luscombe in church or by using the “contact us” link below.

What you can expect:

Walkers meet at 10am prompt at St Mark’s Parish Hall.*
These walks will usually be led by one of the three saints: Steven, Paul or Peter.
Walks will be between 5 and 6 miles but the difficulty depends on the terrain and the weather!
Local wet weather in the days before the walk and tides for coastal walks can all have an impact.
These walks are published walks and will not necessarily be “recce’d” by us beforehand.
You will need full gear: boots, socks, weatherproofs, hat and refreshment.

The walk will usually finish at a coffee house or pub for fellowship. 

Journey is by private car so if any walker can drive and take passengers that helps; if car park or toll charges are incurred the driver would appreciate the passengers chipping in!

*We don’t want to leave anyone behind so please let us know no later than the Wednesday before the walk so that we can finalise the arrangements.

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