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Saturday 14th January
RAR 255
COVENTRY'S GBG

Meet at Greyhound, Sutton Stop, 12 noon
Sunday 5th February
HW 55
SNOWDROPS AT ALLESLEY

Meet at The Brooklands, Kingsbury Road, 12 noon.
Saturday 18th February
RAR 256
STATFORD TO WELFORD ON AVON

National Express 460 bus departs Pool Meadow Stand B 11:00am arrives Stratford 11:25am (X18 takes 1 hour 35 mins!!)

The No.27 bus leaves Welford at 3:16pm and arrives Stratford 3:29pm (opposite Maypole)
5:50pm arrives 6:12pm
6:09pm arrives 6:46pm

The X18 bus leaves B439 (Binton turn) at 3:19pm arrives Stratford at 3:56pm. This stop is supposedly 20 mins walk from Welford.
3:49pm arrives 4:26pm
4:24pm arrives 5:01pm
4:54pm arrives 5:31pm

The 6:30pm No. 460 National Express arrives Coventry 7:00pm
Saturday 18th March
RAR 257
WELFORD ON AVON TO BIDFORD ON AVON

National Express 460 bus departs Pool Meadow Stand B 11:00am arrives Stratford 11:25am

The 11:54am X18 bus from Stratford arrives B439 (Binton turn) at 12:07pm
Saturday 15th April
RAR 258
BIDFORD ON AVON TO HARVINGTON

National Express 460 bus departs Pool Meadow Stand B 11:00am arrives Stratford 11:25am

The 11:54am X18 bus from Stratford arrives Bidford 12:11pm
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Now firmly established as a tradition our January ramble took in all twelve of the Coventry pubs included in The Good Beer Guide, all in one day. We were hopping on and off buses and popping in and out of a dozen of Coventry's finest establishments well into the evening.
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By the start of the 19th century, 40% of the world's trade was passing through Liverpool and the construction of major buildings reflected this wealth. In 1830, Liverpool and Manchester became the first cities to have an intercity rail link, through the Liverpool and Manchester Railway. The population continued to rise rapidly, especially during the 1840s when Irish migrants began arriving by the hundreds of thousands as a result of the Great Famine. By 1851, approximately 25% of the city's population was Irish-born. During the first part of the 20th century, Liverpool was drawing immigrants from across Europe.
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This is an unusual walk in that it uses a tunnel to cross from one side of Dudley to the other. I have arranged it so that one uses the train to arrive at Tipton, then walks under Dudley from east to west to arrive at the best pubs in the area
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Brailes (Upper and Lower) is an attractive village surrounded by hills at the southern extremity of Warwickshire, bordering Oxfordshire to the east. Located 4 miles east of Shipston-on-Stour on the B4035 Shipston to Banbury road, the village lies within the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
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The tunnel is a convenient link between Greenwich town centre on the southern side - the entrance is close to the remains of the previously preserved tea clipper Cutty Sark - and parts of Docklands including Canary Wharf. The northern entrance to the tunnel is at Island Gardens, a park on the southern tip of the Isle of Dogs, with excellent views across the river to the former Greenwich Hospital, the Queen's House and the Royal Greenwich Observatory. Because of its depth and location, the tunnel remains cool even on hot days.
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Malvern’s famous set of 150 year old working Victorian gas lamps are an almost unique sight in the 21st Century. Installed when the local gas works was completed in 1856, the lamps are still gently illuminating the streets and footpaths of Malvern Wells.
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