City of Winchester Trust
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Summer Walks 2017 - TrustNews Mar 17

18th May Thursday 18.00 1. Parchment Street and St Peter Street
Meet outside Boots on the High Street
Clare Dixon
25th May Thursday 18.00 2. Oram's Arbour Walk
Meet at the water fountain on Clifton Terrace,
on the east side of Oram's Arbour
George Saumarez Smith
Architect and Director Adam Architecture
1st June Thursday 18.00 3. Dreaming the High Street and how it connects to the city
Meet at the water fountain Winchester Barracks
Stephen Harte
Retired Architect and Landscape Architect
8th June Thursday 18.00 4. Walking around West Hill
Meet at the West Gate, High Street
Richard Baker
15th June Thursday 18.00 5. Materials of Winchester
Meet at the Heritage Centre
Rod Graham
Director, Design Engine Architects
22th June Thursday 18.00 6. St John's Winchester Charity
Meet under the arch at St John's South, The Broadway (between the roundabout and the eastern end of Colebrook Street)
Clive Cook
Director, St John's Winchester Charity
29th June Thursday 18.00 7. Winchester Conservation Area
Meet at Heritage Centre
Louise Dandy Historic Environment Team Leader
Winchester City Council
Rachael White
Winchester City Council
6th July Thursday 18.00 8. Childhood memories - Phil at 90
Meet under the Winchester Railway Station Clock - Walk in & around St Paul's and the Station
Phil Yates
Local author, historian and Trust Member
13th July Thursday 18.00 9. Hyde900 TBC
Meet at St Bartholomew Church, Hyde
David Spurling
20th July Thursday 18.00 10. Winchester High Street from a planning & design point of view
Meet in Water Lane, by the entrance to the 'Black Bottle'
Andrew Rutter
Retired Winchester City Council Conservation Officer and Trust Member
27th July Thursday 18.00 11. The Building Stones of Winchester
Meet outside the West End of the Cathedral
John Parker
Retired Geologist
3rd August Thursday 18.00 12. Barton Meadows 'The creation of Winchester's newest nature reserve'
Meet at end of Courtney Road, SO23 7ER
Susan Simmonds
Assistant Education Officer, Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust

Details and conditions for the summer walks:
1. Timings All walks will start at 18.00 promptly.
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: or telephone Winchester (01962) 851664. Generally maximum 25 attendees for all walks unless stated otherwise.
4. Walk 12 3rd August: Additional payment of 4 for Hampshire & Isle of Wight 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.