Greenway Group’s last walk of the year this Sunday

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The Hastings Greenway Group brings a successful year to a close on Sunday when it stages it’s last walk of the year.

The walk gets underway at 1.30pm  from Sandown School and will be a circular stroll around the Ore Valley, walking through Speckled Wood and down to Ore Station, crossing the line and then returning via Broomgrove.

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The latter section of the route will pass through the protected open space in Ore Valley that the council recently announced that it would acquire from regeneration company SeaSpace. The council said that, after doing some initial repairs and maintenance, it would look for a community trust or similar organisation to take on the long-term management of the open space.

More information from info@hastingsgreenway.org.

Hastings Greenway Group website and Facebook page.

Below are some photographs from the last time there was a Ore Valley walk

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