Welcome to the first part of my Spring series of Ian Jelf Public Walks.
Saturday 20 April 2013 A brand new Birmingham Sculpture Trail, looking at some of Birmingham's amazing collection of public art. (Morning, 11.00am - c1.00pm)
Sunday 19 May 2013 A Dudley Discovery Walk, looking at the "Capital of the Black Country" and its many surprises. (Afternoon. 2.30pm - c4.30pm)
Saturday 1 June 2013 My long awaited "Bearwood & Warley Wander", around the delights of Victorian Bearwood and the surprising rural charm of Warley Woods and Lightwoods. (Afternoon, slightly longer walk, 2.30pm - c5.00pm)
Sunday 2 June 2013 Bridgnorth, a Town of Two Halves, the High and Low Towns of Shropshire's unique riverside fortress. Timed so that people can make a day of it using the Severn Valley Railway if necessary (2.30pm - 4.30pm)
To book and of the walks, or if you have any queries, then just drop an e-mail to email@example.com .
I've made a slight increase in cost (to £9.00). I've done this partly to ensure than I can keep running the walks for smaller groups. I've had some good feedback about keeping the numbers down and this the best way of ensuring that. It's the way to keep me in business, not to pay for a holiday home in Antibes!
I've really appreciated the support these walks have had, especially over the cold winter. I'm looking forward to meeting more friends, old and new, during what I really hope will be better weather!
All the best.