Rainbow Ramble – Super Stourbridge


Rainbow Ramble – Super Stourbridge – 11am Easter Monday Bank Holiday 28th March

The start of our ramble on Easter Monday is going to be a bit different! Please be sure to be at Stourbridge JUNCTION rail station by 11am because we will be catching the fascinating miniature train to take us up the hill to Stourbridge Town. If you are coming by train then book a ticket from your starting point to Stourbridge Town. There is on street car parking near to the station if you are driving or you may prefer to meet us at the Town station

Our walk will be led by Kirsty, who has lived in Stourbridge all her life. She will guide us through the town and it’s special buildings (including a gay one) to the Bonded Warehouse where we will join the canal and walk along the footpath to the Red House Glass Cone. Here we will explore Stourbridge’s glass making history and hopefully see a demonstration of glass blowing. We have told the cafe to expect us for lunch or you may prefer to eat your sandwiches by the locks. Then we will make our way back to town, probably by bus, and Kirsty will show us a little bit more and finish at Wetherspoons for those who would like refreshment before going home

The walk is mostly paved and level though there is one part that can be muddy. It is probably not ideal for dogs. As always we will go whatever the weather and we will enjoy ourselves. It is difficult to estimate how long this one will take because of the possible glass blowing experience but we aim to finish around 3pm

Do forward this email to anyone who might like to join us. If you have any questions please contact Andrew   rainbowramblesuk@gmail.com   07779 379 578  and see our new public Facebook page


More Rainbow Rambles 2016

Walk with Pride – Bank Holiday Monday 30 May

Sexy Sandwell – Saturday 1 August

Magic Moseley – Saturday 1 October

Christmas Fun – Bank Holiday Tuesday 27 December

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