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Liability Disclaimer for all Walks and Events
I and my guests agree to hold harmless the Society and its leaders and administrators, from any iability for any loss or damage to property and/or death or bodily injury or illness sustained in the course of the organised walks/activities.  A walk or an event may be changed at the discretion of the Society at any time.

Walks 2017

MARCH TO MAY

Members will be required to show their membership card prior to boarding the bus for a walk






Saturday 22nd April 2017 -  Community Chest Fund Walk
Circular Walk. No transport provided. Meeting time: 2.15 p.m. Walk starts at 2.30 pm.
Meeting Place: St. Thomas Bay (Marsascala) - close to BAJJA Bus Stop. (Bus nos. 91, 135)

Before we start the walk, a Donation of Euros:5 will be collected in aid of The Community Chest Fund.

We walk around St Thomas Bay, to the Munxar area and to Xrobb l-Ghagin Nature Park. At the Ras il-Fenek peninsular (between Il-Hofra z-Zghira and Il-Hofra l-Kbira) we enjoy beautiful panoramic sea views. We continue past Tas-Silg Fort (now the Island Sanctuary Dog Park) and on to the Victorian era St. Pauls Battery. On the way back we walk down to the Munxar Area again and back to our starting point. (All country lanes are gentile terrain with one mild uphill).


Wednesday 3rd May 2017 -  Bahrija
Circular Walk. No transport provided. Meeting time: 2.15 p.m. Walk starts at 2.30 pm.
We park our cars in Bahrija square, surrounded by restaurants and bars.
We walk towards the sea with the playground on our left and take a steep path down into the valley. At the bottom we go over a small stream and walk up the other side to the Bronze Age village site at Il-Qlejgha. Turning left we walk parallel to the sea for quite some time until we come to the Italian Road. We turn left uphill and up onto the cliff tops where we walk parallel to the sea again but in the opposite direction. Passing Dom Mintoffs old summerhouse we retrace our steps back down into the valley and continue on our way back to Bahrija and our transport.



















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