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RSA Worcestershire: Summer Walk in Malvern

Fellowship Event

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The Nags Head, Great Malvern

  • Fellowship

Join us for a summer’s evening walk around Malvern and enjoy an eclectic mix of experiences.

This walk will provide the perfect opportunity to discuss Malvern’s role in the development of the Atomic Bomb; a green postbox; a hidden footpath dedicated to Claire; Charles Morris and his influence with keeping time in North Malvern; and a whipping post complete with stocks. 

Walking boots are not required but a sense of wonder and humour is mandatory. 

Meet outside the Nags Head at 6.30pm Tuesday 10th of July at the junction of Moorlands Road and Lyggon Bank, post code WR14 2JG. The Nags Head is a good 15 minutes walk from Great Malvern Station. Malvern Link station is a little closer but will take 10 minutes of walking up the Worcester Road and then turning left into Graham Road at the traffic lights.  

The walk will be led by Carl Flint. 

Any questions, please contact  Carl at malvernwalks@yahoo.co.uk.  

 

Location: Meet outside The Nags Head, Great Malvern WR14 2JG (at the junction of Moorlands Road and Lyggon Bank). 

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