NEW “WINTER SIXER” GUIDED WALKS

Following the lifting of lockdown, and the easing of the rules on outdoor activities for up to 6, Baildon Walkers are Welcome are delighted to be able to resume our offer of small-group guided walks in December and January (providing no new prohibitions arise). Here is the full list of confirmed walks that have been arranged: Monday 7th December. “WELLY …

OUR PUBLICATIONS – IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFTS

To purchase any of our publications email us at info@baildonwalkersarewelcome.org  and we will arrange how to get your purchases to you. ** “BAILDON FOOTNAV: how to walk from here to there.” Our most recent publication: October 2020.  Eleven route-descriptions and maps to help you to leave the car at home and walk to our neighbouring towns and villages. Price £5. …

“OCTOBER SIXERS” Baildon WaW guided walks.

The photo shows our walkers enjoying the “Views across the Valley guided walk on Saturday 17 October. Sorry friends.  All our October guided walks are now fully booked. Watch out for more coming up for November. ——————————— Baildon Walkers are Welcome has decided for the time being to stick with a maximum of 6 (1 leader and 5 participants) on …

“LOCKDOWN WALKS” ROUTES

We have now uploaded route-descriptions for a total of 5 “Lockdown Walks” on the Baildon Walkers are Welcome website. You can access these by clicking on the banner at the top of our website Home Page. The routes range from 3 miles to 7 and a half miles and all start and finish in Baildon. All the routes take you …

BLUEBELLS GALORE

The bluebells seem to be more vibrant than ever this year. Here are four local spots where you can see them in all their glory. Spring Woods in Ghyll Beck The woods above Esholt Alongside the River Aire just beyond Coach Road and the Rowing Club at Hirst Wood The woods above Hawksworth.

BRIDGE REPAIRED! THANKS TO BRADFORD COUNTRYSIDE SERVICE

After we reported recently that some of the planks on the bridge on the popular path through Spring Woods, near to Low Springs, were broken, making the bridge unsafe, we can now let you know that, thanks to speedy work by Bradford Council’s Countryside Service, the bridge is now repaired. Weel done to Bradford Countryside Service staff!

GLEN ROAD CLOSED TEMPORARILY

Bradford Council has decided to close Glen Road at Baildon from the end of Lucy Hall Drive to its junction with Bingley Road, as a response to continued parking along this road. We should not make unnecessary journeys by car. However, the Moor and The Glen remain open to walkers.

KEEP YOUR DISTANCE

Bradford Council’s Countryside Service have been putting up these signs on popular walking paths around Baildon. Good advice.