WALKS FOR 2017  

Saturday 18th March  

Exploring Historic Durham & Riverside

Meet at Park Lane Interchange 9.30 (out side Nexus Shop). Duration of walk approx 2 hrs (2-3 miles). Fairly level walking on mainly public paths and pavements. Some small inclines. The walk will end at the market square (depending on route taken and weather).


Saturday 29th April

Depending on Weather

Sorry this walk has had to be canceled 



Saturday 20th May

The Historic Port of Blyth

The Port Area Town Center and Coastline 

Duration of walk 1 ½ to 2 Hrs (2 miles) Farley level terrain on public  walkways and pavements. Meet at Park Lane Interchange Metro entrance 9.30 am


Saturday 24th June

Exploring Newcastle and South Gosforth 

Via The Regents Center

Duration of walk approximately 3 Hrs (4½ miles) Mainly fairly level terrain but some small inclines. Meet at Park Lane Interchange Metro Station entrance at 9.30 am


Saturday 15 July

The Millers Trail ( Windmill’s)

Duration of walk approximately 3 Hours  ( about  4 miles) A varied terrain, some rough tracks , fields with stiles. Could be muddy with some inclines. Meet at Sunderland Interchange 9.30 outside Nexis  Office.


Saturday 19th August 

A Visit to the Historic Market town of Corbridge

Where you can explore the authentic Village Shops and Riverside Settings. Meet at Sunderland Interchange Metro Station entrance 9.30 am


Saturday 23rd September

North Shields -Tynemouth

Taking in North Shields Fish Quay 

The walk takes approximately 1½ hours and the terrain is mainly level, and ends at North Shields Fish Quay. Meet at Sunderland Interchange Metro Station entrance 9.30 am


Saturday 14th October 

Sunderland  History Walk

Some short inclines but mainly level terrain  Distance approximately 2 to 3 miles, time approximately 2 hours. Walk ends at Sunderland City Center. Meet at Sunderland Museum 9.30.


Our walks are all 2 to 3 miles, easy going and usually depart from  Sunderland Park Lane Metro or Sunderland Interchange. If you are interested in any of the above walks then further information can be obtained from Mr Barry Cook – Telephone 0191 5656892. or James Baker 0191 5226750

Care has been taken to ensure all walks are of a comfortable distance on relatively level terrain. However as with all activities it is important that each member or guest remembers he or she has a responsibility to wear appropriate clothing and strong footwear, and to identify the hazards associated with the activity and take all reasonable precautions to minimize the potential for an accident to arise.

If you require regular medication i.e.; G.T.N spray etc, would you ensure you have it with you?


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