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FOOTLOOSE       walking for singles.

Affiliated to the Ramblers.


WELCOME to Footloose. We are a lively band of singles in the 40plus age group  who enjoy regular Sunday walks, usually between 7 and 9 miles long, throughout the East Midlands. Most of our walks are followed by a pub lunch. We have occasional cycle rides, weekends,  barbeques, outings, and in the summer we run weekly evening walks of around 5 miles on Thursdays. In addition we now run Saturday short walks throughout the year.The group started out in 1996, based in Ashby de la Zouch. We publish a quarterly program with regular email/text updates. Membership is just £12 p.a. Newcomers are most welcome to join in the fun. We hope you will enjoy our activities. Please contact us for an invitation to join a forthcoming walk  by emaiing; xyzfootloosewalkers at symbol  -  delete the xyz, and head your message "enquiry". Prospective members will be most welcome to turn up on the Saturday Starter walks for which a postcode venue is included and more details are on the second page. Please arrive at the meeting point at least 10 minutes before the start time.

 Forthcoming walks:

Sunday 24/1/16 Osmaston & Bradley 7 miles moderate
Sunday 31/1/16 Quarndon & Duffield 7.5 miles moderate
Sunday 14/2/16 Trent Valley 8 miles  easy
Sunday 21/2/16 Swannington Incline 7 miles  easy
Sunday 28/2/16 Calke Abbey 7 miles  easy
Sunday 06/3/16 Cromford & Matlock Riber Lea  8.5  miles  moderate
Sunday 13/6/16 Little Eaton & Breadsall 8 miles easy
Sunday 20/3/16 West Hallam 7.5 miles easy

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                          Boots, waterproofs and a drink advised. 
                          Dogs on leads please.

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