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Ramble round Durham's rocky roads plus steep and muddy paths
Updated 5:23pm Tuesday 25th March 2014 in By Bruce Unwin, Chief Reporter (Durham)
GEOLOGIST and natural historian John Burgess will lead a rocky ramble, taking in some steep and muddy paths around a city’s streets and surrounding area, on Sunday (March 30).
The three-and-a-half mile Geological Walk in Durham City starts outside Clayport Library, in Millennium Place, at 2pm, and is expected to take up to three hours to complete.
There is a £4 charge per walker.
CHURCH WELCOME: A coffee morning takes place at Christ the King Church, in Bede Terrace, Bowburn, near Durham, on Saturday (March 29), from 10 - 11am.
It includes cakes and preserves for sale plus tea, coffee and other refreshments. Admission is free, with proceeds going to church funds.