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The History and Wild Flowers of Millers Dale - Sunday 18th August

The History and Wild Flowers of Millers Dale - Sunday 18 August

3-4 miles
Looking back into the fascinating history of Millers Dale Station and surrounding area, including the popular Monsal Trail.  
Also finding the Wild Flowers that are growing around the Station and quarries and how they thrive on the changed industrial landscape.
Event Grade: Easy - short walks on paths that may be rough and uneven. Taken at a leisurely pace. May involve stiles and rough ground.
Start: 10.30am  Finish: 3.00pm
Meeting Point: Millers Dale Station 
Grid Reference: SK 1380 7326  Post Code: SK17 8SN  What3Words: perch.claps.samples
Parking: Pay and Display.  Toilets and Cafe at the start.
Near Bus Route: Yes
Near Rail Station: No
Dogs: Dogs On Leads Allowed.
Cost: £10 per person aged 18 and above. Children aged 17 and below go free.
Click the date in the calendar to see how many places are available and to book on.