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Malpas Field Club — New Year Ramble

The first event in the Malpas Field Club programme for 2018 will be the annual New Year Ramble.

This will be on Sunday 7th January, starting outside the Jubilee Hall, Malpas High Street, at 1.30 pm.

Due to unforeseen circumstances, John Dakin will be unable to lead the walk previously advertised in the Field Club programme.
Instead, David Hayns will lead a four mile walk, taking in Ebnal, Hollowood and Overton Common.

Anyone is welcome to join the walk, including dogs, so long as they are kept on leads.

For information about membership and activities, or to receive details of the current programme by post or email, please contact David Hayns (secretary) on (01948) 860486 davidhayns.123@btinternet.com

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