Ged Austin, known in Manchester as “The Urban Poet”, will be running another of his Guided Walks from Handforth Station, starting 10:30 on Sunday 3rd July.
Organised by the Friends of Handforth Station, these walks are typically gentle strolls over a 3- to 5-mile distance with plenty of stops, and they can take 3 to 4 hours.
Ged has designed Sunday’s walk to start and end at Handforth Station. It will be a “timeline walk” exploring the history of the area, and featuring Ged’s poems and some stories about the area, to which all are welcome to contribute.
Expect adventure, history, nature, a few giggles, and walking and talking. Bring plenty of liquid and your snack in a backpack , and wear sturdy footwear and clothing appropriate for whatever the weather provides.
Take the train ! This walk is designed to suit travel using Northern Trains: the service from Manchester via Stockport gets to Handforth at 10:16, and the service from Crewe via Wilmslow gets in at 10:25.
This Guided Walk will start from Handforth train station at 10.30 sharp, on Sunday the 3rd of July. No booking needed; just turn up before 10:30.
For more information, contact Ged Austin on 07506-392731 / email@example.com.