We’ve all got lost, haven’t we? Admit it. (My geography teacher said I did well to find my way home.) Well, now the Chiltern Society has just the thing to ensure that never happens again: a map reading course for beginners.
It’s taking place this Sunday on the wonderful Ashridge Estate, 5,000 acres on the Hertfordshire – Buckinghamshire border.
You will be taken on a very scenic 6 mile walk around the National Trust Ashridge Estate led by Dick Chapman, author of 60 Choice Walks in the Chilterns.
You’ll learn map skills by following the Ordnance Survey map within the book, a copy of which is included in the event booking fee.
Don’t miss out – there are still a few places left. Book now.
An Introduction to Map Reading is part of A Chilterns Celebration, a month-long programme of events being co-ordinated by Chalk, Cherries and Chairs, a Chilterns Conservation Board project. All events will comply with government guidelines on Covid-19, applicable at the time. If any Covid-19 outbreaks occur, or new restrictions are imposed, the event will be cancelled and a full refund given.
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