This month’s walk

  • March 2020 – Coxwold

    Date: Sunday 29th March 2020
    Start: 11.15am
    Meet: The Fauconberg Arms in Coxwold (Parking on the hardstanding to the left and right of the FA)
    Length of walk: 4.9 miles
    Lunch Venue: The Fauconberg Arms
    Time: 2.30pm

    This 4.9-mile walk takes in some unique views of our lovely local countryside and significant historical sites starting at Coxwold > Wildon Grange >Angram Grange > Angram Hall > Shandy Hall.

    This is a dog friendly walk but they need to be on a lead on farmland with livestock (some sheep, horses and cattle). There are 2 stiles, gently undulating, approx 3 hrs with a snack’n’drink break. The walk starts at 11.15 am from The Fauconberg Arms in Coxwold (Parking on the hardstanding to the left and right of the FA) – see the walker image for location. For those who wish, we will be eating at the Fauconberg Arms in Coxwold at 2.30pm and the arranged menu is as below. Walkers and Non-walkers welcome.


    The Fauconberg’s Sunday Lunch Menu

    Starters

    S1. Soup of the day with homemade crusty roll & butter £5.95
    S2. Chicken liver and brandy pate, sticky white onion marmalade, salad & toast £6.00
    S3. Half pint of shell-on Greenland prawns, Marie Rose and lemon. £6.50
    S4. Creamy garlic mushrooms on toast, truffle oil £6.50
    S5. Breaded Whitebait, Dill & Lemon Aioli £6.50

    Mains

    M1- Roast Beef & Yorkshire Pudding with Traditional Sunday Garnish- £12.50
    M3- Roast loin of pork with stuffing, crackling and Traditional Sunday Garnish & Apple Sauce £12.50
    M4- Chicken Supreme with Traditional Sunday Garnish – £12.50
    M5- Fauconberg homemade vegetable Moussaka, little Greek salad, toasted Pitta bread £12.00

    Desserts

    Order on the day

    Please let us know who is walking and who is eating with the main course choice by email to davidbadham@hotmail.com or telephone on 01439 787046 by Friday 20th March. We do hope you can join us.

    David and Gaynor Badham


    Walk for life is an organisation that encourages everyone to walk to improve their health and quality of life by increasing their fitness and their social wellbeing by meeting other like‐minded individuals. It costs £5 per year and has a walk-making facility to enable maps like the one above as part of the membership. For more information see the Walk for Life website.

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