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South Lincolnshire Walking festival

9 August 2017

Join us on one of our railway walks.

River Slea

River Slea

Friday 13 October 2017

On Friday 13 October the Poacher Line will be taking part in the South Lincolnshire Walking Festival with a train walk from Sleaford Station.

From 1pm you can take a relatively easy four-mile walk past the Sleaford Castle ruins, taking in views of the surrounding area along the River Slea. The walk uses field paths, roadside paths and quiet lanes which may be uneven and muddy in places. There are no stiles on this walk, but the busy A15 road is crossed twice. It is expected the walk will take between 1.5 - 2 hours.

The walk will finish at Millers Bar in Sleaford - with a free tea or coffee when you buy any cake.

Need to get to Sleaford? Trains run regularly from Nottingham and Lincoln

Saturday 14 October 2017

Take the train to Ancaster for a gentle 6½ mile linear walk following public footpaths via South Rauceby and the River Slea to finish at the remains of Sleaford Castle. (Please wear suitable clothing and footwear and bring a packed lunch).

Depart:Time:
Skegness1015 hrs
Wainfleet1023 hrs
Boston1050 hrs
Heckington1104 hrs
Sleaford1112 hrs
arrive Ancaster1120 hrs


All are welcome - the walk is free but train fares apply.

For further details please call Stuart on 01522 534655

This event is part of the South Lincolnshire Walking Festival

 

Further railway walking events can be found in the attached Penistone Line Partnership Autumn Walks leaflet.

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Last updated: 9 October 2017

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