Wildlife Trips for the mobility impaired

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A series of Special Wildlife trips are being organised as part of the 'Great Outdoors' project organised by the Cheshire Wildlife Trust and Brightlife. The trips will be suitable for those over 50 with more limited mobility.

The next events are planned for 6 July, 3 August and 14 September. and will take place on paths which are mainly paved on a flat terrain and in parts are suitable for wheelchairs. Minibus transport will be provided from Malpas. Meet at 14:00hrs and return by 17:00hrs.

Venues include Ty Mawr Country Parks near Wrexham, bird reserves around the Dee Estuary and Marbury Country Park at Northwich.

For more information contact Anne on 01948 820728 or 07970 387017

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