Posted: Wed 2nd Nov 2016

Out and About with the Deeside Ramblers this Winter

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Wednesday, Nov 2nd, 2016

It may be winter but Deeside Ramblers keep on walking whatever the weather.

In the November/December programme there is a good variety of walks with distances from 5 to 10 miles with one offering an optional pub lunch.

Deeside Ramblers also organise a number of social events through the year including meals out, talks, coach rambles and walking holidays.

In the latest research by the University of British Columbia in Canada, it was found that exercise could reverse the early stages of dementia.

Those following an exercise programme for an hour, three times a week saw an improvement in overall thinking skills.

A further advantage for those in the clinical trial was improved blood pressure and the ability walk further.

10am, Saturday 5 November, Delamere Area, meet at Brines Brow car park, Delamere (10 miles)
10am, Sunday, 20 November, Appleton Reservoir and Grappenhall, meet at Appleton Reservoir car park (9 miles)
10am,Wednesday 23 November, Hargrave and Huxley, meet at Hargrave Bridge car park ( 5 miles) Optional pub lunch.
10am, Saturday 3 December, Alyn Valley and Moel y Waun, meet at Llandegla car park (7 miles)
10am, Sunday 18 December, Gadlys and Nant-y-Fflint, Meet at car park near Stag Inn, Bagillt (8 miles)

For any further information about the group please contact David Jones on 01244 537440 or have a look at the website: www.deesideramblers.org.uk

Pictured are Deeside Ramblers at Chirk Castle gates.

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