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Walk and Talk along the Ock Valley

19th February - 10:30 am - 12:30 pm

A short walk from Abingdon Museum starting at 10.30am and ending with refreshments at the Climate Emergency Centre around midday.

Bring stout footwear as it can be muddy and dress warmly.

Everyone is welcome and we hope to chat about climate related topics while enjoying being outside.

Hidden just a few footsteps away from the hustle and bustle of the town centre is the Ock Valley Walk. Under a woodland canopy that follows the meandering waters of the River Ock and Sandford Brook, this alternative route into town offers a tranquil walk where Muntjac deer, foxes, carp and, if luck is on your side, even kingfishers can be spotted. Bats will still be hibernating. With several benches along the route, it’s a perfect location to escape. After all, research shows that spending regular time in woodland significantly improves our health and mental wellbeing. So why not take some time to explore this hidden gem that can be accessed from St Helen’s Court, behind West St Helens Car Park.

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Date:
19th February
Time:
10:30 am - 12:30 pm
https://oneplanetabingdon.org/events/

Venue

One Planet Abingdon, Climate Emergency Centre
under the County Hall, Market Place
Abingdon, Oxon OX14 3HG United Kingdom
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One Planet Abingdon
Email:
contact@oneplanetabingdon.org
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