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Clare Walkers and Clare Castle County Park Trust support Girls Night Out

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Clare Walkers and Clare Castle County Park Trust support Girls Night Out

Thank you to Clare Walkers and Clare Castle Country Park Trust who have come together to support our 2020 Jaynic’s Girls Night Out event.

Clare Walkers are hoping to make it easy for those in the area wanting to take part in this year’s event, by encouraging them to register for the fundraiser and choose to walk one of their self-guided circular walks, which start and finish at Clare Castle Country Park.

The walks range in distance from two to eight miles, and it is also possible to follow shorter distanced accessible trails in the park, so however far you want to walk there is something for everybody.

Leaflets detailing the walk routes, which include maps, directions and points of interest, can be downloaded from www.clarewalks.co.uk. Leaflets will also be available from a stall in the park on event day, Saturday, 12 September.

Those who wish to take part in Girls Night Out using one of the Clare Walkers’ routes will need to sign up for the event at www.girlsnightoutwalk.co.uk and on the day will need to check in at the stall in park to confirm which walk they are doing. Participants should look to start their walk between 2pm and 4.30pm.

Social distancing measures will be in place and everyone is asked to respect all government guidelines.

Find out more about this year’s Girls Night Out at www.girlsnightoutwalk.co.uk.