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THU 29 MAY

FREE

Go Wild

Tameside Countryside, Ashton under Lyne

Run by: Tameside Countryside Service

Take a family wildlife wander, try some river dipping and den building.

clock13:00–15:00

Suitable for any age

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Venue

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Tameside Countryside

Park Bridge Heritage Centre, The Stables, Park Bridge, Ashton under Lyne, OL6 8AQ

www.tameside.gov.uk/countryside

Meeting point: Park Bridge Heritage Centre.

About this location

From the meadows and woods and valleys of the south to the high open moorland in the east, it is a countryside rich in Show more… heritage and Wildlife. Lying between the heart of Greater Manchester and the Peak District, Tameside's Countryside is special because of the variety of places there are to discover and enjoy.
Three rivers, the Tame, Etherow and Medlock, meander their way through the borough, their riverside tracks and pathways take you through ancient woodland and wildflower meadows.
A network of local and national trails, such as the Trans-Pennine Trail, Tameside Trail and Tame Valley Way, link wide open countryside to the lesser know urban sites, many providing a green oasis on the edge of towns.
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From the meadows and woods and valleys of the south to the high open moorland in the east, it is a countryside rich in heritage and Wildlife. Lying between the heart of Greater Manchester and the Peak District, Tameside's Countryside is special because of the variety of places there are to discover and enjoy.
Three rivers, the Tame, Etherow and Medlock, meander their way through the borough, their riverside tracks and pathways take you through ancient woodland and wildflower meadows.
A network of local and national trails, such as the Trans-Pennine Trail, Tameside Trail and Tame Valley Way, link wide open countryside to the lesser know urban sites, many providing a green oasis on the edge of towns.

Contact

This activity is organised and run by Tameside Countryside Service.

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