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Yes - definitely: martinw, Gazelle, Cazzer
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martinw   on 29/12/17 @ 23:06 said:

Expect a few hills and a little mud....

martinw   on 29/12/17 @ 23:06 said:

landranger68   on 30/12/17 @ 22:36 said:

Hi Martin,
This is Staffordshire,mud is normal,Hills well maybe
Wishing everyone a healty,happy and safe walking whereever you wander

JacquiT   on 01/01/18 @ 22:43 said:

Oooooooo great! An almost local walk... yes please

martinw   on 02/01/18 @ 6:53 said:

Hi all. The mud will be combined with a few shortish, but demanding, steep sections in places. You May find walking poles useful. If you like this walk /area then I have another 6 to follow. ......

Miss T   on 08/01/18 @ 8:47 said:

Again, it may be too soon after my op for me to attend but will see how it goes

martinw   on 08/01/18 @ 13:29 said:

Hi Miss T

If your not sure about walking after your operation it may be worth waiting bit. I hope to do other walks in this area later in the year. If you do come, bring some taxi fare in case you need to drop out.


JacquiT   on 14/01/18 @ 22:33 said:

Sorry change of plan.... I won't be able to make this now. I'm sure you will all have a fab day ��

Robin Who ?   on 30/01/18 @ 19:22 said:

I used to live here ! I worked at Alton Towers as a student in 1980. But I will be moving house the weekend after the walk so can't make it this time.

martinw   on 31/01/18 @ 20:28 said:

Hi Robin. Never mind. I'll probably do a few more walks in the Churnet Valley later in the year as well.

martinw   on 10/02/18 @ 16:14 said:

Hi all.
As the muddy sections on this walk are particularly bad this year and unlikely to improve by next weekend I am going to postpone this walk until the spring / early summer.

Glyn nav   on 12/02/18 @ 12:59 said:

Its always muddy weve walked here many times before

martinw   on 12/02/18 @ 14:46 said:

Hello Glyn.

The route i was going to use is particularly muddy and boggy this year.

However, please feel free to pick up the slot and run with it if you want. I'm more than happy to be a 'passenger' and not a walk leader.


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