On Thursday 24 November there will be three walks at the Rhydymwyn Valley site, which was built as a World War II Mustard Gas Plant and is now a nature reserve owned by DEFRA and managed by Interserve and North East Wales Wildlife.
The address – Nant Alyn Road, Rhydymwyn, CH7 5HQ. That’s off the A541 between Denbigh and Mold, 3 mile from Mold, Nant Alyn Road is west opposite the Rhydymwyn Service Station. Toilets are available on site.
The Timings – Thursday 24 November 2016
10:30am start walking, the Woodland Trail around the internal periphery of the site. This trail is around 2.5 miles, probably taking up to 90 mins total and is over uneven surfaces and steps.
10:30am a Nordic Walk of around 1 hour, we’ll be joined by Vera Arrowsmith, a Nordic Walking Instructor of Troedio Clwyd Walks for their weekly Nordic Walk, usually at Loggerheads
2pm an easy accessible walk suitable for wheelchairs and mobility scooters and people with limited agility. This was originally scheduled as a joint event with Flintshire Disability Forum, but they have postponed until next Spring.
We’ll be joined by Tom Plumbly of the Rhydymwyn Valley History Society (RVHS) who will be able to open the Tunnel Doors for us to peer in. (We will not be able to enter as this is restricted and can only be booked through RVHS)
Tea and Coffee will be available after each walk and if you wish to bring a snack then the Visitor Centre and Field Study Centre will be available.
No booking is required just turn up in time to join any of the events. Feel free to pass the details to anyone else who may be interested. If you need any further details then please get in touch.
Neville Howell 01244 535173 or 07850 921295