Brindle Cuckoo Walk 2019

We are proud to provide our website as host for the purchasing of tickets of the annual Cuckoo Walk. The aim is to remove any costs associated with other event style websites, ensuring 100% of the ticket price goes towards this years chosen charity.

Brindle Cuckoo Walks 2019

Sat, 27 April 2019

09:00 – 16:00

 The Brindle Cuckoo Walks – Step out to take in views of local farms, streams, hills and woodlands.

Held in April each year, the Brindle Cuckoo Walks encourage walkers to enjoy the countryside around Brindle Village by joining us on our family-friendly day. Walks of different lengths are offered and each is led by an experienced Leader, enabling everyone to enjoy the views in the company of other walkers.

Numbers are limited, so registration on-line is advised. (see below for details) Pick a walk length that suits you (or your group) and pay by Credit Card or PayPal.

This event is run by volunteers from the Brindle Community, and profits are given to charities and local causes. This year, the beneficiaries will be Cuerden Valley Park Trust and Tender Nursing Care, Bamber Bridge.

“Check in” is at the Brindle Community Hall before the start, and upon return “check back”  so that everyone is accounted for. Returning walkers then sit down for a Hotpot type meal and hot drinks – all included in the ticket price.

Please expect a raffle, with excellent donated prizes.

This year the walks are kindly sponsored by:

Brindle Distillery – distillers of Cuckoo Gin
Cavendish Arms, Brindle – our local pub

Walkers should bring stout walking shoes or boots, wet and cold weather clothing, mobile phone and expect some muddy and possibly slippery paths. The routes vary across farm fields and stiles, along ancient paths, beside brooks and the canal and are unsuitable for wheels. Dogs are not allowed on the regular walks, and dogs on the dog walk must be under control at all times.

Please note this is a charity fundraising event, so refunds will not be given.

Fundraising this year will be split between the Cuerden Valley Park Trust and the Tender Nursing Care, Bamber Bridge.

 

Important Information

Terms & Conditions and the Countryside Code

Terms and Conditions.

All participants will be required to agree to the Brindle Cuckoo Walks T & Cs

These are:

Entrants must comply with the instructions of the organisers
Participants must keep to the prescribed routes
Everyone must comply with the Countryside Code
Family participants must walk together and retire together
Dogs are only permitted on the Dog Walk, and are not allowed inside the Brindle Community Hall
The organisers and the owners of the land used on the walks cannot be held responsible for injury, loss, or damage caused or sustained by participants during the walks. All walkers participate at their own risk.
All entrants under 16 must be accompanied by a fee paying adult
All walkers will behave in a safe manner, and assist others to be safe
As this is a fundraising event, refunds will not be made
All participants must be of good health and not have a medical condition that may cause undue concern or inconvenience to others.

The Countryside Code

Respect – Protect – Enjoy

Respect other people:

Consider the local community and other people enjoying the outdoor
Leave gates and property as you find them and follow paths unless wider access is available

Protect the natural environment:

Leave no trace of your visit and take your litter home
Keep dogs under effective control

Enjoy the outdoors:

Plan ahead and be prepared
Follow advice and local signs

 

The Walks

Walks (distances approximate):

  • 12 Mile Walk – Stretch your legs on this extended walk up onto the Moors and back.
  • 9 Mile Walk – The Darwen River features in this mid-length walk around Hoghton Tower.
  • 6 Mile Walk – Local farms and the Leeds-Liverpool Canal are on the route for this walk.
  • 3 Mile Walk – A peaceful walk crossing a footbridge over the M65, and meandering through woods and farms.
  • Dog Walk – Canine friendly walk of about 7 miles with playing areas in mind. Bring dog if you have one.

Entry fees Adult Walker: £7.50

Under 16 Walker: £4.00

Family Walkers £22.00

Entries on the day £15.00 per person

Dogs on Dog Walk free

Please bring your OWN FLASK of hot-drinks, and a BOTTLE OF WATER if you would like to. We are trying to reduce waste plastic to support our environment.