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Hobson’ Brook, Cambridge – A Guided walk along part of Hobson’s Brook from Conduit Head upstream towards Nine Wells
Saturday 24 July @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pmFree
Walk Led by: Howard Slatter
Duration: Up to approx. 2 hours. Walkers may decide when they have walked far enough and make their own way back.
Meeting Point: Conduit Head, at the junction of Trumpington Street / Road and Lensfield Road, Cambridge
Howard Slatter is a retired teacher of mathematics, with a keen interest in natural history, local history and the environment. He lives in Trumpington, through which much of Hobson’s Brook flows, and has been a Trustee of Hobson’s Conduit Trust since 2008. He was chairman of the Trust from 2012 to 2020. The Trust is the body which, on behalf of Cambridge City Council and Cambridge University, is responsible for maintaining a good flow of water in the Conduit and overseeing the general health of the Brook and its immediate surroundings. This guided walk is a follow up to the much appreciated talk he gave us last November.
Website address for Hobson’s Conduit Trust: https://hobsonsconduittrust.org/trust/
Maximum Number of Participants: 20
To apply for a place click here
Places will be allocated on a ‘first come first serve’ basis and both members and non-members may register at any time. Priority will however be given to members of FMRL who register before 23.59 on Tuesday 13 July. Any places remaining unfilled after this time will be offered to non-members who have registered (on a ‘first come first serve’ basis). FMRL will e-mail you to confirm whether or not you have a place
Ticket Price: Tickets are free to both members and non-members