Woburns Sands Heritage Trail & Chocolate workshop – (Sat 01/03/14)

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Join us on this heritage trail as we discover why the town of “Hogsty End” was changed to Woburn Sands, why a brickworks labourer was awarded the Albert medal, and how they used to tell if a murderer really was guilty.


After this, we will indulge in some yummy treats as we learn how to make healthy raw chocolate, and find out why it is so good for us. Mmmm guilt free chocolate!!

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Only 10 spaces available, and as always one more driver would be appreciated!

Activity date:  Saturday 1st March
Meeting point:  The Café Bookshop (Cranfield University)
Departing time from Cranfield:  11:00
Arriving time to Cranfield (approx):  15:30
Walk length (Km):  5 Km (approx)
Club members only?:  No
Sign up at:  Email walking@cranfield.ac.uk with “Sarah – Chocolate workshop”
Sign-up deadline:  Friday 28th February @ 1pm
Price:  £2 members and non members
Meal provided?  No, bring a packed lunch or there are lots of pubs.
Gear: This walk will be paved the whole way so you shouldn’t get muddy. Bring rain jacket (as always!)
Other information:  There are only 10 spaces available so sign up early