Walk with Pride – From Guns to Graffiti – Bank Holiday


Our Pride ramble, led by Sue Hook, will be a 5 mile walk through historic Aston, Digbeth and Highgate. Sue says that it will be a great blend of old and newer history, architecture and fascinating facts plus two blue plaques as well as the usual snippets of LGBT history!

We gather from 10.30am outside St Chad’s Roman Catholic Cathedral, St Chad’s Queensway, just down the hill from Snow Hill Station towards Constitution Hill B4 6EU, leaving at 11am and finish by 3.30pm at Eden Bar at the bottom of Hurst Street. Please note that this is not a circular walk. There are no hills and it is paved all the way so no boots required just comfy footwear; we go whatever the weather. It is not suitable for dogs (but our August ramble will be). You may wish to bring a packed lunch or prefer to buy something en route. Our rambles are free and always enjoyable so come along for a bit of exercise and meet new friends, you will be very welcome. Do forward this email to anyone who might like to come and if you have any questions please contact Andrew    rainbowramblesuk@gmail.com    07779 379 578  and check out our RainbowRambles Facebook page

More Rainbow Rambles 2016

Sexy Sandwell – Saturday 6 August

Magic Moseley – Saturday 1 October

Christmas Fun – Bank Holiday Tuesday 27 December

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