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Summer Walks 2016 - TrustNews Jun 16

Work on the Trust’s Summer walks programme is still in progress. The first eight weeks are now firm – see the following chart. The rest will be announced in the June TrustNews and will include some interesting new ones.

Paul Rockliffe-Williams

19th May Thursday 18.00 Does biodiversity prevent flooding?
Meet at Durngate Place, S023 8DX – entrance to Winnall Moors
Rachel Remnant
Reserves Officer, Wildlife Trust See Note 4. Below – Maximum 20 attendees for this walk & fee
26th May Thursday 18.00 Walk around West Hill
Meet at the West Gate, High Street
Richard Baker
Retired Architect and Trust Member
2nd June Thursday 18.00 Houses of the Cathedral Close George Saumarez Smith
Architect and Director Adam Architecture
9th June Thursday 18.00 Reinventing Hyde after the Dissolution
Meet at Hyde gate way. cancelled
Dr Chris Grover
Autor and Academic, University of Winchester
16th June Thursday 18.00 Station Approch & environs Keith Leaman
Architect & City of Winchester Trust Chairman
23rd June Thursday 18.00 King Alfred Buses and the GWR
(In memory of Chris Webb).
Meet in front of the Guildhall Tourist Information office
Phil Yates
Local Author, Historian and Trust Member
30th June Thursday 18.00 Looking up in Winchester
Meet at the Heritage Centre, 32 Upper Brook Street
A Winchester Architect
7th July Thursday 18.00 The Development of the Victorian & Edwardian Suburb of Fulflood
Meet outside Winchester Railway Station (Station Approach)
Geraldine Buchanan
Winchester Tourist Guide
21st July Thursday 18.00 The Building Stones of Winchester
Meet outside the West End of the Cathedral
John Parker
Retired Geologist
28th July Thursday 18.00 The Grange
Meet at the Grange
David Brock
Principal Inspector of Historic Buildings, Historic England
4th August Thursday 18.00 Eastern Lane
Meet in Tesco carpark - Opposite the car wash
Andrew Rutter
Retired Winchester City Council Conservation Officer


Summer Walks, details and conditions for the summer walks:
1. Timings All walks will start at 18.00
2. Donation of £3 to the Trust is requested from each person on each walk.
3. Booking: Strongly advised to secure a place to avoid disappointment. Contact the Heritage Centre no later than midday the day before each walk. Email: secretary@cityofwinchestertrust.co.uk or telephone Winchester (01962) 851664. Generally maximum 25 attendees for all walks unless stated otherwise.
4. Walk 19th May: Additional payment of £3 for Wildlife Trust requested from each person. Wear suitable footware for a variety of surfaces. Maximum 20 attendees for this walk only.

Exclusion of liability of Trust: Neither the guide of each walk nor the Trust and its members shall be liable for any injury, accident or damage to person or property (including theft or other loss) during each walk to any person taking part in a walk whether a member of the Trust or not.