Members Walk at Comer Woods

On 10th August 2020 almost 30 members and friends went for a socially-distanced walk in Comer Woods.

A  group  of almost thirty  Rotarians  and  family members gathered in the car park at Comer Woods for  a  ramble  organised  with  the  usual  attention  to detail  by  John  Rostron. The  unexpectedly  nice break in  the  weather  produced  a larger  than expected  turnout, and  the  group  enjoyed  a ninety- minute stroll  through  the  woodlands south  of Bridgnorth.

A group of almost thirty Rotarians and family

members gathered in the car park at Comer Woods
for a ramble organised with the usual attention to
detail by John Rostron. The unexpectedly nice
break in the weather produced a larger than
expected turnout, and the group enjoyed a ninety-
minute stroll through the woodlands south of

Bridgnorth. A group of almost thirty Rotarians and family

members gathered in the car park at Comer Woods
for a ramble organised with the usual attention to
detail by John Rostron. The unexpectedly nice
break in the weather produced a larger than
expected turnout, and the group enjoyed a ninety-
minute stroll through the woodlands south of

Bridgnorth. TA group of almost thirty Rotarians and family

members gathered in the car park at Comer Woods
for a ramble organised with the usual attention to
detail by John Rostron. The unexpectedly nice
break in the weather produced a larger than
expected turnout, and the group enjoyed a ninety-
minute stroll through the woodlands south of

Bridgnorth. T group of almost thirty Rotarians and family

members gathered in the car park at Comer Woods
for a ramble organised with the usual attention to
detail by John Rostron. The unexpectedly nice
break in the weather produced a larger than
expected turnout, and the group enjoyed a ninety-
minute stroll through the woodlands south of
Bridgnorth. T