On Sunday 22 Sept 2019 Dan Condren led A walk. The group of 9 completed the circular walk from Carey’s Castle, taking in Glenary (the deserted village), Long Hill and Lachtnafrankee. Blessed with lovely weather for most of the day, whereas adjacent mountains were soaked.
The B walk lead by Maura Creaney & Joan Lysaght headed for Galtymore via the black road and back by the attacran river. Thirteen hardy souls including 2 new walkers braved the wind and rain to complete this lovely walk which was enjoyed by all. Lovely to see faces old and new.
This coming Sunday (Sept 29) A and C walks leave from opposite the fire station in Cashel at 11am. All welcome. Wear outdoor clothing and suitable footwear and bring a rain jacket and a packed lunch. Walking is a great way to get fit as well as being a great way to meet new friends and see new places. Give it a go as new walkers are welcome to come along, so, for a healthy, sociable and enjoyable activity, feel free to join us in Cashel at 11am. A change of clothes and particularly footwear for after the walk is also strongly advised.
Note for your diary, the Clubs AGM will take place on Wednesday, the 9th of October in Templemore College at 7.30pm.
Walking is a great way to get to know people with a similar interest with the added bonus of getting to know our local hills and mountains. There’s a choice of walks each Sunday, so there’s something to suit everyone.
For further information call Denise Laffan at (087) 925 3049 for any query re walks.