Image ⓒ Granville Sellars 2016
Join Geologist Kate Riddington and Tegg’s Nose Country Park Ranger Martin James to explore the geological history of the park and wider Cheshire Plain.
We will walk the ‘Tegg’s Nose Rocks!’ trail and help you to spot evidence of recent Ice Ages or ripples from a river flowing some 325 million years ago! It’s easy walking, with lots of interesting geology to explore. Suitable for anyone over the age of 7. Booking and payment in advance is essential. Adults £3, children 16 or under go free.
Tickets will be available to purchase 2 months prior to event date: 31/05/2016
Time: 10.00am to 12.30pm
Meeting point: Tegg’s Nose Country Park Visitor Centre, Buxton Old Road, Macclesfield, SK11 0AP (SJ950733)
Leaders: Geologist Kate Riddington and Cheshire East Council Countryside Ranger Martin James
Information: 01625 374833
(Easy walking grade / Ideal for families and accompanied children / Please wear suitable boots and clothing / Please leave your dog at home / Suitable for anyone over the age of 7 / Places limited – please book in advance / Car parking charge / Refreshment stop, opportunity for refreshments)