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Olton to Alvechurch

Sat 29th Jun 2019

Walk Details:

Event Details Updated
Change of walk leader - Graham Jones. Contact email:
Event Type
Group Walk
Region / Area
Central England / West Midlands
Local Group
Heart of England
Start Time
Outside the front of Olton station - Station Drive (postcode B92 7AQ) From Olton towards Birmingham on the Grand Union Canal, cutting across at Bordesley to the Birmingham Greenway, through Cannon Hill Park, Bournville, Northfield, Cofton Park, Lickey Hills, and Barnt Green. Last stretch of canal to finish at Alvechurch station
General Notes
Trains to Olton from Birmingham Moor Street or Snow Hill. Trains every 20mins from Alvechurch to Birmingham New Street. Olton station has a small c.p. but it is designated as Park & Ride, so please be aware of this
Dave Powell


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Accommodation within 20 Km of this Event:

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The Railway Guest House  (bookable online)
13 Km
Quality Hotel Coventry  (bookable online)
15 Km
Express by Holiday, Redditch  (bookable online)
17 Km
Holiday Inn Express Redditch  (bookable online)
17 Km

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