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WLF Walk

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English: The Malvern Hills (a designatated AON...

The Malvern Hills (a designated AONB) as viewed approaching the British Camp on Hereforshire Beacon (Iron Age earth works as seen on the left). (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The first ever WLF Walk on the archaic tracks of the Malvern Hills will take place Sunday 21 October 2012.

Come one – come all – and have fun, get fit, and support the Worcestershire Literary Festival!

Meet at The British Camp car park at 11am for a walk to savour.

This walk generally takes 1-2 hours but this is, of course, dependent on the individual and the number of stops to write :)

Join us for a mapped walk, good company, stories and poetry on the Malvern Hills – discover something of the heritage we so often take for granted – walk archaic tracks – see Clutter’s Cave – Hangman’s Hill – Swinyard Hill – The Ridgeway – find out about local history and enjoy stunning views over Worcestershire and Herefordshire.

Tickets from www.worcslitfest.com – click here: WLF Walk for a direct link to the website and pay your fiver via PayPal – tickets are also available from Parole Parlate or WLF team members. Call 0845 490 0157 if you need more information.

No charge for children. Adults £5 each. All proceeds support the Worcestershire Literary Festival.

Maybe you’re not a walker … don’t let that stop you, you could always come along at around 1 o’clock to enjoy the ambience of the pub / hotel and perhaps join in by reading some of your own work or listening to that of others.

Please purchase your tickets in advance, this will help us with the number of people returning to The Malvern Hills Hotel for readings, performances, drinks, food, after the walk.

Our thanks to The Malvern Hills Hotel for their support of this event.

Keep up to date with this event here and on Facebook ~ please click the ‘Like’ icon on the Facebook page so we can get as much information about who is coming as possible :)

English: The Malvern Hills Hotel The Malvern H...

The Malvern Hills Hotel The Malvern Hills Hotel is on the A449 below the British Camp. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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2 thoughts on “WLF Walk

  1. It sounds like fun! No doubt you shall all have a great time. :)

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  2. I’m going up the hills today, Lea, to plot the walk and map it – looking forward to the day … will tell you all about it (natch!) in due course :)

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