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WAN.DER #1 with Tim Campbell-Green
10am - meet at KIN.DER.
In Glossop, we are lucky to live in a beautiful place surrounded by countryside; rolling hills, windswept moorland , twisted paths, woods and streams. True creativity can be nurtured by mindfulness and connection with nature.
If you are looking for ways to reconnect, slow down and get out and about while making new friends, discussing ideas and developing partnerships, WAN.DER could be for you!
WAN.DER is a new programme of local walks that are launching imminently in Glossop. The walks will be headed up by local artists and creatives, who will invite you to see the world through their eyes and explore, learn and connect with your surroundings. The walks will combine history, curiosity and creativity and aim to be truly unique experiences.
Our first WAN.DER will be led by Tim Campbell-Green - author of the blog, Glossop Curiosities (Twitter @RobertHamnet, taking the name from Glossop’s best known historian, with a blue plaque dedicated to him on the side of Harvey Leonard’s). Tim’s historical curated walk will take in some interesting - and normally overlooked - aspects of the town including Medieval settlements, trackways, Tudor saints, Victorian railways and accidents, Roman roads, mudlarking and pottery. The walk will finish up in the Oakwood Pub for a much-needed bevvy. What’s not to love?The route will be around three miles long and has no steep hills or wild moors to navigate, making it accessible for a number of different physical abilities.