Cirencester Rotary Club and the Civic Society are supporting the Town Council’s Wellbeing week with a series of FREE Historic Town Walks.
Exercise your body and mind as you learn about some Cirencester’s rich history on one of 3 walks of varying duration being organised by Cirencester Rotary Club and the Civic Society as part of the Town Council’s Wellbeing week.
Summary details of the three walks are outlined below, further information will be available at our gazebo in the Market Place before your walk:
The Short Walk – 20 minutes.
10.15 am & 1.45 pm
The walk will take you around the points of interest in the Abbey Grounds, the site of the Abbey Church of St Mary, the Abbey, meet the Abbot and Canon (wooden statues) then on to the Norman Arch, the Ice House and the Mulberry Tree before the returning to the Market Place.
The Medium Walk – 45 minutes.
11.00 am & 2.30 pm
In addition to the sights on the short walk, the route will include further Town Centre historic sites, including the site of the Basilica, old Railway station and Hospital before returning to the Market Place
The Long Walk – 60 minutes.
This builds upon the medium walk and widens out to include St Michael’s Park, Watermoor Trinity Church, the Obelisk and Amphitheatre before returning to the Market Place.
It is planned to run both morning and afternoon walks (subject to demand) as follows:
Short Walk – 10.15 am & 1.45 pm * Medium Walks – 11.00 am & 2.30 pm * Longer Walk – 12.00 pm.
All walks start and finish at the Rotary stall in the Market Place.
To book a place please email: firstname.lastname@example.org stating name, number in party and which walk you would like to do and at what time..
Please note that for their own safety children and vulnerable adults must be accompanied by a guardian or carer.
If you are community-minded and would like to make a difference locally why not consider joining The Rotary Club of Cirencester www.cirencester-rotary.org.uk?
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