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Walks

Harpenden Springwatch Walk from Harpenden, Sunday 12 May 2019 at 10am

We will meet at the top end of Amenbury Lane car park. We will walk on local footpaths, taking in Knott Wood, Porridge Pot, and part of the Nickey Line, on a walk of about 5 miles, looking for evidence of the advancing Springtime

Wear stout footwear and appropriate clothing

Contact Roger on 01582 763560, or email rogerjan76@gmail.com if you need further information



Walk the length of the Nickey Line, Saturday 29 June 2019

The Nickey Line path is 7 miles long, and we will be walking from Hemel Hempstead to Harpenden, stopping at Redbourn for refreshments, before bussing back to Hemel.

This walk is arranged in conjuction with the Railway Ramblers

Details of the walk will be given nearer the date, but keep the date clear if you are interersted



Come and See the Butterflies, Sunday 21 July at 10am

Friends of the Nickey Line invite you to join our annual butterfly walk, Meet at the Roundwood Park School Crossing. The Nickey Line attracts large numbers of butterflies, and on this short walk of not more than 3 miles we will visit the area alongside Knott Wood, where our work party volunteers have created an excellent habitat for butterflies. Wear stout footwear. No need to book. Contact Roger on 01582 763560 for details. 



Volunteering:

Why not come along to one of our working parties and help with the management of the Nickey Line?

If you are interested, contact us with your details and we shall email you with future work parties

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