North Loughton Valley Park & Concrete cow brewery – (Saturday 21/02/14)

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The theme this weekend is “concrete cows”. Join us for this walk where we will take a circular walk around North Loughton Valley park, passing by the partly restored Roman villa, the Bradwell windmill and of course the infamous concrete cows that Milton Keynes is known for.


We will continue to Lodge lake, passing by the hills and hollows, a haven for wildlife (and maybe a grass snake or two) where you can attempt the “trim trail”, a series of exercise stations with ladder climbs, hurdles and leapfrogs.


Every attempted to make your own beer? Maybe tried the “cock and bull” or “watling gold” at the CSA? After the valley park we will be visiting the Concrete Cow Brewery for an introduction to the beer making process, along with a taster sessions and a gift pack of three ales normally retailing at £9



Activity date:  Saturday 21st February
Meeting point:  The Café Bookshop (Cranfield University)
Departing time from Cranfield:  10:30
Arriving time to Cranfield (approx):  14:30
Walk length (Km):  6 Km (approx)
Club members only?:  No (but only 10 places)
Sign up at:  Email with “Sarah – Concrete cow brewery” in the subject title
Sign-up deadline:  Friday 20th February at 1pm
Price:  £4 members £5 non members
Meal provided?:  No, bring a packed lunch or snacks
Gear:  Comfortable clothes and footwear, walk will be mostly paved path, gravel trail so shouldn’t be muddy or wet.
Other information:  As always if we could have one more driver that would be peachy!