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A Potted History of an Old Mining Village - Sunday 2nd June

A Potted History of an Old Mining Village - Sunday 2nd June

4 miles 
Explore an old lead mine and enjoy wild flowers.
We will be walking along old field tracks and paths to wild flower meadows, returning by the remains of the impressive Magpie Mine; the most complete example of a lead mine remaining in the Peak District.  Talking about history (Sheldon was mentioned in the Domesday Book in 1081) and natural features, with far reaching views along the way. 
Event Grade: Easy - short walks on paths that may rough and uneven.
Extra Items: Please bring waterproofs, food and drink and sun protection.
Event Terrain: Old field tracks and paths, the walk will be at leisurely pace.
Start: 10.30am  Finish: 3:00pm 
Meeting Point: Sheldon Main Street outside the Cock and Pullet Pub.
Grid Reference: SK1740 6877  Post Code: DE45 1UW  What3Words: relished.fleet.rucksack
Parking:  No car park, please park responsibly in the village.
Near Bus Route: No
Near Rail Station: No
Dogs: Dogs on leads allowed. Dogs need to be on a lead at all times.
Cost: £10 per person aged 18 and above. Children aged 17 and below go free.
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