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Liverpool Brisk Walkers - The 'B' Side
LIVERPOOL BRISK WALKERS: SEPTEMBER 2018 
 
All brisk walks will start at 1.30pm. The starting point for the month is the Gothic Fountain, Sefton Park Boating Lake (Aigburth Vale end). Please note that the mileage stated for each walk is approximate.



Saturday 1st September: Paths of Sefton Park and Ibbotson’s Lane. 3.5 miles.

This circular walk is somewhat different as most of it takes place within the park. Quite a few twists and turns on it. Depending on how the flowers are blooming, our trek through Fairy Glen could be interesting.



Saturday 8th September: Sefton Park/Princes Park/Greenbank Circular. 5.5 miles.

Three parks in one afternoon make for an invigorating afternoon and some varied scenery. There is very little road walking on this route.



Saturday 15th September: Sefton Park/St Michaels Circular. 3.5 miles.

During the course of this walk we will go through Priory Wood and along the promenade path. On this occasion we will start by making for Otterspool Wood after crossing Aigburth Road via the underpass.



Saturday 22nd September: Sudley Park Circular. 5.5 miles.

Some walking on the pavement is unavoidable but our journey through Greenbank ensures that this is cut to a minimum. The path around Sudley is very pleasant.


Saturday 29th September: Joyce's Walk: Sefton Park/The Obelisk/Cricket Club/ Greenbank Circular. 3.5 miles.

From the start point we begin a clockwise circuit of Sefton Park, keep going right round past the obelisk and past the multi storey flats. Stay on the park perimeter road until you see the pavilion of the Cricket Club on the left, and take the path at the far right of the cricket ground. Continue ahead on Greenbank Drive, then a very short walk along Smithdown Road, turn right at the garage which brings you to Greenbank Park. Take the upper path to the right of the lake and exit on to Greenbank Lane. At the bottom of Greenbank Lane, turn left, and complete the circuit of Sefton Park.

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