Guided walk along the Teesdale Way, Stockton

River Tees at Stockton-on-Tees

River Ramble Guided Walk from Preston Park


Dates: Sunday 26 August 2018
Time: 9.30 am – 3.00 pm
Location: Preston Park
Cost: FREE (please bring money for train fare Thornaby to Eaglescliffe)
How to book: Booking essential at 01642 616144 or email christine.corbett@groundwork.org.uk
Getting there: Getting to Preston Park by bike is easy. There is a very scenic route from Ingleby Barwick over the Preston Farm nature reserve, accessed from the cycle path on Queen Elizabeth Way. If you’re in Stockton you can follow the new Green Link cycle and foot path from Darlington Road (next to the bowling club) which runs parallel to Yarm Road, through the Six Fields all the way to Preston Park. Coming up from Yarm, you can cycle along the off-road path along Yarm Road. Wide pavements are great for kids on bikes and scooters.

If you’re coming from further afield, Eaglescliffe train station is a mere 5-10 minute walk away, with regular services from Bishop Auckland and Saltburn. The number 7 bus stops outside the park.

What the day involves:

Take a walk along the Teesdale Way from Preston Park to the Tees Barrage and enjoy wildlife and heritage as part of the Stokesley Rotary Club Tees Challenge boat event.

Please meet outside the main entrance to Preston Hall Museum. We advise that you wear strong walking boots and bring a packed lunch and drinks. You will need to bring money for train fare Thornaby to Eaglescliffe.

Assistance dogs only.

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