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.
A party of 28 people enjoyed a four night walking break, arranged by Baildon Walkers are Welcome, with HF Holidays at Newfield Hall, Malhamdale from 7 – 11 November. We walked in every sort of weather – including sunshine and snow. For more information about HF Holidays guided and self-guided holidays see http://www.hfholidays.co.uk
November 18th. To Bradford Industrial Museum – 10 miles – return by bus. All walks organised by the Friends of Bracken Hall are free but donations are welcome. If you’re coming by bus for a walk that starts from Bracken Hall, the connection bus from Bradford and Shipley – TLC 658 – gets to Baildon Lucy Hall Drive/Prod Lane terminus …
Aire Valley Woodland and Water (Bradford Countryside Service Guided Walk) November 13, 2016 @ 11:00 am. Meet at Car Park Hirst Wood Lane, Shipley. Cost: Free For more information see the Baildon Walkers are Welcome What’s On page
On Saturday 15 October the Yorkishire Post featured a description of a walk around Baildon Moor. This is what they said about it: This is a first-class route considering how close it lies to the Leeds-Bradford conurbation. Take a look at the route by clicking on this link http://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/lifestyle/walks-and-cycling/weekend-walk-baildon-moor-1-8179761
22nd October, 12-4pm Bracken Hall Bramley Apple Crumble, apple tastings and identification, apple tree sales, other apple activities.
Monday 31st October. Doors open 5pm Face painting, scary snacks, pumpkin carving (bring your own pumpkin), spooky activities, spider hunt, and two spooky walks: Junior walk: 6pm (back by 7pm for hot chocolate) Spookier walk: 7pm (back by 8.15pm for hot chocolate) Bring a torch. Wear fancy dress (optional) and appropriate footwear and clothing for a Shipley Glen woodland walk. …
New Guided Walks have been added to our “What’s On” page. Check them out and come along and enjoy yourself in our lovely countryside this autumn and winter.