(Formerly known as the Rotary Round - this route has been renamed in memory of Rotarian David Whittlestone who was inspirational in it's introduction)
WHITTLESTONE WALK N' WHEEL
You may have noticed some signs around Nailsea and Wraxall, signs that could be for a walk. But they also suggest a walk with a difference. They have the wheelchair symbol on them. So what's this then?
Well, we have developed our shortest Charity Walk into a walk that is suitable for everyone - a Walk and Wheel and we are calling it the WHITTLESTONE WALK N' WHEEL.
The WHITTLESTONE WALK N' WHEEL takes you round the Trendlewood parts of Nailsea and the Lodge Lane parts of Wraxall.
So it's great for wheels.
- Wheelchair wheels,
- small bike wheels,
- scooter wheels.
It's a round walk,
Download the route instructions from here .
Download a map from here (to be used in conjunction with the route instructions).
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