Saturday 27th July – Ampthill (the photography walk!!) UPDATE: TIME CHANGE!!

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Join us for this fun walk where we will incorporating our love of walking with our love of photography! The walk will begin at Ampthill park, a fascinating heritage site, most noted for Ampthill castle, where Henry VIII stayed. The walk continues to the haunted Houghton house, a 17th century mansion, designed to be a hunting lodge.

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Andrew will be telling us the fascinating story of the magical golden rabbit treasure that prompted hundreds of people to start digging for this treasure!

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During the walk, one of our resident photographers, Josie will be teaching about photography and the tips and tricks for taking a great picture. Bring your camera, any camera will do, even the ones on your phone.

If anyone wants to be a model, and is comfortable being in front of the camera feel free to dress up a bit and come along…what better surroundings than the castle where Henry VIII stayed!

The walk will be 8km long, finishing with a picnic in the park so if everyone brings along some food we can share it around. Bring lots of water!

Leave from NatWest bank at 14:30 p.m o9:30 (as there is heavy rain forecast in the afternoon)

The walk will cost £3, £5 for non-members to cover transport. If we have people who are willing to drive let us know. To sign up, please email walking@cranfield.ac.uk

Deadline for signing up is Friday 26th July at 13:00