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Robin's Round

Sun 25th Apr 2021

Walk Details:

Event Type
Group Walk
Region / Area
Central England / Nottingham
Local Group
Anytime Anywhere
Start Time
Bramcote Hills Park car park (free), Ilkeston Road, Bramcote, Nottingham, NG9 3JT

Devised on the back of a successful outing in January 2020, titled The Batman Meander, this follow-up celebrates his reliable and resilient crime fighting partner, Robin, and includes Bramcote Hills south side, Beeston, Beeston Rylands, River Trent, Attenborough Nature Reserve (incorporating the Kingfisher and Tufted Duck Trails), Beeston Canal, Nottingham University Main Campus and lake, Wollaton Deer Park, Wollaton Hall (Wayne Manor in the 2011 Batman movie, The Dark Knight Rises) and lake (incorporating the Five Gate Trail), Bramcote Nature Reserve and Bramcote Hills north side

General Notes
Due to COVID-19 restrictions currently in force, numbers may have to be limited, so please contact the leader well in advance to be sure of a place. All walkers must bring their own food & drink and should consider carrying hand sanitiser (alcohol-based gel), a face covering, gloves, wet wipes and a small first aid kit
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