Return to the Mummies Caves - 29th April 2017
Isle Of Wight
Tel: 01983 201565 / 07790 906232
Suggested donation of £2 to Gift To Nature
Walk description: A walk along the riverbank to Dodnor Creek and Dickinsons Copse Local Nature Reserve exploring natural and industrial heritage along the way.
Name of walk leader: Carol Flux
Walk leader's telephone number: 01983 201565 / 07790 906232
Date of walk: Saturday 29th April 2017
Start time: 10.30
Start location: Propellor on Newport Quay, Sea Street, Newport
Grid reference: SZ501893
Bus route number: Any
Nearest bus stop (name): Newport Bus Station
Distance: 3.5 miles
Duration: 2 hours
Booking essential: No
Donation: Suggested donation of £2.00 to Gift to Nature
Expected pace of walk: Gentle
Walk grade: Fairly Easy (Gentle, rolling landscape, walking on paths with good to average surfaces. Some walking on gentle inclines, some stiles or steps to be expected en route. Distance up to 5 miles).
Suitability for walkers with disabilities: Mobility 1 (Suitable for a person with sufficient mobility to climb a flight of steps but would benefit from fixtures and fittings to aid balance).
* Circular walk: Yes
* Linear walk: No
* Rest stops: No
* Dogs on leads welcome: Yes
* Suitable for pushchairs: No
* Refreshments available along route: No
* Toilets along route: No
* Take packed lunch: No
* Sturdy boots recommended: Yes
* Family friendly: Yes
* Takes in coastal scenery: Yes
* Takes in local woodlands: Yes
* Beach / rockpool exploration: No
* Number of stiles: 0
* Number of steps: 10
Name of Walk
Start Time: 10:30 am
Start Location: Propellor on Newport Quay
Duration: 2 Hours
Distance: 3.5 Miles
Bus Route Number: Any
Nearest Bus Stop (name): Newport Bus Station
Expected Pace of Walk: Gentle
Walk Grade: Fairly Easy
Suitability for walkers with disabilities: Suitable for a person with sufficient mobility to climb a flight of steps but would benefit from fixtures and fittings to aid balance.
Facility / Information Symbols:
Dogs on Leads Welcome
Sturdy Boots Recommended
Takes in coastal scenery
Takes in local woodlands
Number of Stiles: 0
Number of Steps: 10
Matt and Cat say...
"Newport is Mecca for light lunches. Quay Arts for meat-free dishes, One Holyrood's secret garden, fish finger butty at Skintrade.
You're spoilt for choice for lunch in Newport. If you're in need of a hearty cook-up visit Blue Door Cafe, famous for its breakfast brunch. Probably more meat than your cardiologist would advise, but hey - chicken and stuffing for breakfast! Quay Arts south-facing terrace is a great spot for a natter with friends, over a meat-free dish or local crab on toast. One Holyrood, with its secret garden, is one of our favourites. Check out the specials for tasty veggie and gluten-free lunches. Another hidden gem is the Coffee Room at Skintrade. Cooked-to-order omelette is our go-to dish, plus local artisan coffee. For something more traditional visit God's Providence "
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