Once again rain did not deter walkers from turning out to join local historians Tish and Mike Lawson, to explore the history of former moorland farms around Baildon. The sun even came out long enough for everyone to have an ice cream!! Please check out the downloadable full programme for future Guided Walks, or see our “What’s On page”.
The first guided walk of Baildon WaW Summer Programme took place on Friday 9 June and despite showery weather, 10 adults and 12 children came along to enjoy a short walk to Hallcliffe Community Garden, some singing, a Teddy Bear’s picnic, and some time to play.
Join Baildon Walkers are Welcome for our AGM and a presentation about the Dales Highway.
Lots of Guided Walks during April, May, June and on into summer now posted in the What’s On secction of this website.
As part of the Saltaire Heritage Weekend, this guided walk is being led by Richard Freeman and Eddie Nash of Baildon Walkers are Welcome. Meet at 11.00am at the Bracken Hall Centre for a short talk about Shipley Glen and its Victorian amusement rides and political meetings. Then we set off down Shipley Glen with a stop at the site …
Owing to popular demand a further date has been arranged for a repeat of our Introductory Walks Leader Training. Do you aspire to lead Guided Walks? Then why not book a place on Baildon Walkers are Welcome Introductory Walks Leader Training. Saturday 6 May, 9.30 – 12 noon at Wesleys, Baildon Methodist Church, Baildon. http://www.baildonmethodists.org.uk This is the fourth such …
5th March. Meet Raymond Wood at 10:30am at Saltaire Railway Station, Victoria Road, Saltaire at 10.45a.m. 6 and a half miles (10.4k) Circular. Packed lunch needed.
Baildon Walkers are Welcome are again offering a discounted four-night walking break with HF Holidays during 2017 – this time based at Whitby. This walking break will take place from Monday 23 – Friday 27 October. The HF Guest House, Larpool Hall, is very comfortable and sits amidst attractive grounds, on a hill with splendid views up the Esk Valley. …
Eight happy walkers enjoyed this guided walk to Bingley and Back – with lunch at the excellent Five Rise Locks Cafe – always so welcoming to walkers.
The Wakefield Walking Club enjoyed a ramble aroung The Bingley Loop of The Welcome Way on Sunday 4 December.