Barnack Walk

Despite heavy rain being forecast 12 ramblers undertook the walk today.

Sue gave us a little bit of history of the route and the type of soil we would be walking along today and as we went gave us more information about some of the sights.
Which was very interesting.

The walk was mostly on permitted paths including a part of the Torpel Way and a small amount on roads as we went through the villages.We saw more snowdrops today and the odd crocus and daffodils. The rain did not materialise but it was breezy.

On part of the walk we met up with the Peterborough bus walkers going in the other direction.

1_waiting_for_the_102_off_we_go3_view_of_the_church4_house5_walking_along_permitted_path6_a_group_of_snowdrops7_walcot_hall8_ufford_church9_a_clear_view_of_the_church10_church_and_vicarage11_walking_down_the_street12_fountain_court13_view_of_fountain_court_with14_our_group15_fenland_ramblers_meet_up_wi16_the_two_groups_have_a_quick17_horse_and_riders_going_by18_site_of_ancient_building19_ashton_dinner_stop20_enjoying_lunch21_torpel_way22_horses_wanting_a_stroke23

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