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Haltwhistle is a market town and civil parish in Northumberland, England, ten miles (sixteen kilometres) east of Brampton. It had a population of 3,811 at the 2011 Census.

Stone-built houses are a feature of Haltwhistle. It is one of two settlements in Great Britain which claim to be the exact geographic centre of the island, along with Dunsop Bridge in Lancashire, 71 miles (114 km) to the south.

This is the closest community to Hadrian’s Wall and to Northumberland National Park, both approximately two miles distant

Hadrian’s Wall Walk – Brampton to Haltwhistle, Saturday October 15th 2011

Hadrians Wall Walk – Brampton to Haltwhistle, Saturday October 15th 2011

Dear All,
There was an error regarding the route of the coach that Alan Holmes has now corrected in the attachment to this email. Note that the coach will not be going through Barnard Castle.
Barry

Aycliffe Fell Walking Club – Hadrians Wall – Brampton to Haltwhistle, Saturday 15 October 2011

This is a reminder of the next walk and to provide you with the information sheet. Instructions for booking your place are on the sheet which is attached.

Notices
1. Please note that the AGM & social evening will take place on Wednesday 2 November at 7.30 pm in the INEOS Newton Aycliffe Sports & Social Club Pavilion. The bar will be open and there will be facilities for showing digital photographs so please bring these along if you have some.
2. The time has come to collect suggestions for the 2012 walks. We will receive these on the Hadrians Wall walk or you can send them by email to Alan Holmes on ahpatsol@btinternet.com. Everyone at the AGM will vote on the nominations to select those for 2012.
3. If you have any motions to raise at the AGM, please let me know by Friday 21st October by email (barry.wilkinson@ineos.com) or phone (01325 303683)

Info Sheet : Hadrians Wall Brampton to Haltwhistle

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