SUTTON Rambling Club continue their walking programme with a fairly easy and pleasant 10 mile ramble focusing on the ever popular Chatsworth estate this Sunday.
The route will cover extensive areas of the Chatsworth parkland enjoying early viewing of autumnal colours and then progress to the picturesque villages of Beeley, Calton Lees, Rowland and Calver.
The walk will start at the Robin Hood Inn on the A619 Chesterfield to Baslow road.
The route will then head south into the lovely Chatsworth Park, before having a mid-morning break.
They then continue south until theyreach the village of Beeley, where a choice of refreshments will be available for the lunch stop.
The group then heads back north revisiting the Chatsworth estate before cutting across to Calton Lees and Calton Pastures.
The ramblers then descend from the Pastures onto the Monsal Trail and take the opportunity to have a mid afternoon tea break on the Trail.
The final section of the walk passes by the tranquil village of Rowland and, after another two miles, finishes at the Eyre Arms in Calver in time for a 6.30pm coach departure home.
The group continues to welcome new members with the promise of a day of healthy exercise, attractive scenery and friendly company on offer.
The McEwans coach leaves the Staff Of Life pub on Hack Lane in Sutton at 9.15am and the Bancroft Lane end, Stockwell Gate (near the new Asda supermarket) in Mansfield at 9.30am.
The coach fare is £9, accompanied juniors free. Although the walks are popular there is no need to prebook your seat on the coach.
For further information ring Bernard on 01623 648879 or John on 01623 796396. Alternatively visit www.suttonramblingclub.com