WINTER SOLSTICE WALK!

Ho! Ho! Ho!  It is almost that time of year again which means our annual Solstice Walk will once again take place on the shortest day in an effort to postpone the apocalyptic effect of the sun dropping off the edge of the world!

If you would like to join our jolly company and help kick off the Christmas season we’d love to have you!

Here’s how the day will pan out:

SOLSTICE WALK

WEDNESDAY, 21st December

11.00 a.m. Meet for mulled wine and jolly Christmas music!

 Bushwell House, 7 Melbourne Road, Newbold, Coleorton.  LE67 8JH.
Tel. 01530 223467

Approximately 3 mile walk over footpaths, lanes and fields then lunch at The King’s Arms, Coleorton.

We should arrive about 1.00 pm.  If you don’t fancy the walk you can meet us there!

They do a carvery for £6.50 and lots of other hot and cold dishes.

YOU WILL NEED TO LET THEM KNOW YOU WANT TO EAT!

RING 01530 815435

AND ADD YOURSELF TO THE KENDRICK PARTY!

If you want to check out the restaurant before hand see their site where you can download the latest menu:
http://www.kingsarmscoleorton.co.uk

Sunset is 15.54 we will take an hour long walk of about a 3 miles to a local high spot and hopefully not watch the end of the world!

Remember it will be quite dark when we return so best bring a torch.  You will also need good boots or shoes.

There is plenty of parking at Kendrick’s courtesy of our drive and a convenient lay-by across the road or even our farmyard if necessary.

NB:  If you want to join us just for the meal and or the sunset let us know!  We can give you alternative directions to the viewing point which only entails a half mile walk and is suitable for baby buggies!

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Article by Widdershins

Widdershins Morris dancer, writer, part time farmer and melodeon player. Author of several sheep keeping books and also Kindle fiction stories including THE INBETWEEN THE DIGFIELD CONJUROR HOW TO BOIL AN EGG    
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