Woodland Walk at Arley

A three mile charity walk for Hearing Dogs for Deaf People 

Sunday 28th April 2019 Registration 10.00 am - walk starts 11.00 am 
 Arley Hall & Gardens 
 Near Northwich, CW9 6NA 
This popular walk on the Arley Estate near Northwich follows a circular route of just over three miles.  It takes in Big Wood, an area not normally open to the public, and the pretty hamlet of Arley Green.  There is a great diversity of wild birds in the wood and displays of bluebells and other wild flowers in the spring.  Across the Lady Park there are views of the imposing Arley Hall. 
  This is generally an easy walk, suitable for most people and dogs of average fitness, but not wheelchairs or pushchairs.  About two thirds of the route is on hard surfaces but there are sections over bark paths or grass.  Walkers must wear suitable clothing and footwear and dogs must be kept on short leads at all times.  When on the Estate road walkers must keep to the right hand side in the interests of road safety. 
 How can I find Arley Hall & Gardens ?  The Estate is six miles from both Northwich and Knutsford, and three miles from High Legh.  It is just ten minutes from M6 junction 19 and M56 junction 10.  Follow the brown tourist signs.  For satnavs the postcode is CW9 6NA. 
  • Registration opens at the Stableyard 10.00 am
  • Restaurant, gift shop and toilets. 
  • Walk starts at 11.00 am and will take about 1½ hours.
  • A gift for every dog included on your entry form if you book   by Saturday 20 April !
  • A  certificate for every walker. 
  • Entry fees : Adults £10 (£12 on the day), under 16s and   dogs  FREE. 


Please make cheques payable to Hearing Dogs for Deaf People and send the completed form (link below) together with your entry fee to: 
 Mr Terry Webb, HDfDP Cheshire Fundraising Branch, Mount House, The Mount, CHESTER CH3 5UD
Tel: 01244 320205   E-mail: chesheardogs@hotmail.co.uk
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