SALTAIRE, Sun 21st Jul 2019

21 of us out walking today. Enjoyable walk with the leader taking one or two scenic diversions because of George!
Nevertheless, we got back to Saltaire in time to look round the mill and Roberts Park. 

 

 

Saltaire is a village created on the banks of the River Aire in the 1800s by mill owner Titus Salt, who wanted to provide his workers with a healthier environment in which to live away from the city of Bradford. It is now accredited as a World Heritage Site and the Mill itself has been renovated to house a museum, shops, cafe and an extensive David Hockney gallery – all free of admission charge.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Please Note :

 

IN THE EVENT OF BAD WEATHER

YOU ARE ADVISED TO CONTACT THE LEADER TO CONFIRM THE WALK WILL TAKE PLACE.

YOU SHOULD ALSO CHECK THE CLUB WEBSITE OR CONTACT THE LEADER TO SEE IF HAVE BEEN ANY CHANGES TO THE PUBLISHED PROGRAMME AND

YOU MUST INFORM THE LEADER IF YOU GO STRAIGHT TO THE START OF THE WALK.

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