22 September 2019
Kinver Edge, Stourbridge , DY7 6DL
Our walk leaders, Mick Grove with Ian Dixson, both of whom are former Advanced Skills Geography teachers, will examine the landscape and conservation issues of the rather special habitats of Kinver Edge. This National Trust protected area gives excellent views of the surrounding area and includes some rare heathland habitat as well as woodlands. The walk will take 1.5 to 2 hours.
Afterwards, there will be the opportunity to visit the National Trust Rock Houses, for which there is a charge for those who are not National Trust members. After that, for those who wish, we can reserve a table for lunch at a local real ale pub.
This is an excellent opportunity to explore a new area and have a sociable day with other geographers.
Joint event with Black Country Geographical Association.
Contact Martin Haslett to book by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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