Wednesday, 10th March 2010




Walk: Walk round parkland and the edge of Knustford. Sights en route were Red and Fallow Deer, lakes and an Airforce Memorial.
Start Point:  Tatton Street CP, Knutsford Grid Reference: SJ 751 789
Distance: 6.25 miles Ascent: 200 feet
Time: 4.5 hours    
Weather: Good. Sun and cloud, windy.
Comments: 16 members enjoyed a pleasant walk through lovely parkland, watching deer & wildfowl on the lake. The coffee stop was taken at the visitor centre. The park was used as a training centre for parachutists in WW II.

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Judith, ready for the start


Welcome . . .


to Tatton Park


Look, no mud!


Group passing the Park gardens


Tatton Park Mansion


Monument to WW2 paratroopers


Dedication plaque


Deer herds . . .


and a small group


Lunch by a lake . . .


with some local inhabitants


Right on the flight path . . .


over the lake

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