Second walk on the Fen Edge Trail published
The second walk on the Trail, from Stow cum Quy to Swaffham Bulbeck, is now available for download from the Fen Edge Trail website. Part of our Geosites initiative, this project explores the Landscape Heritage of this important feature of Cambridgeshire. We hope to publish a further 3 or 4 walks this autumn.
Monday 10th September 2018 7.30 pm
“Discovering Geology: from rivers to rocks and fens to fossils”
Enjoy an informal evening with short talks, getting up close with rocks, fossils and Mesozoic plants and hearing from local experts to answer all your geology questions! Plus bring along any finds for identification. Includes short presentations on: “The Fen Edge Trail comes to life – walk with us through the 1st two sections (Ramsey to Wistow and on to Warboys, and Stow cum Quy to Swaffham Bulbeck)” And there’s another chance to meet close up some real, live, dinosaur age plants. Entrance free to all.
Author Patrick Barkham walks the Fen Edge Trail
We were delighted that the author and Guardian nature writer recently contacted us to say he’d like to walk some of the Fen Edge Trail, A bonus was that the day he chose turned out to be the sunniest and nicest of the year so far and he was able to enjoy walking from Stanground to Yaxley and then from near Woodwalton village to Upwood. En route, he called in to the Fen View Heritage Centre at Farcet (soon to be opened), a couple of places in the Great Fen (near Holme Fen and Woodwalton Fen) and also the Admiral Wells pub at Holme village. Patrick enjoyed his time along the Fen Edge and is now a fan of this fascinating and (perhaps) unexpectedly attractive part of the county, as you can see from his article in the Guardian travel section, published last Saturday 21st April.
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