Dating walk

Trent park forms part of London's Green Belt and being a country park it provides a natural, rural and tranquil atmosphere right on the outskirts of London.Before we set off on our 9 mile love ramble, you are given a helpful pack of jolly chat-up lines: "What made you decide to go speed-dating? " And how can we possibly fail with follow-ups such as: "What would be your perfect date?

Camlet Moat is a scheduled Ancient Monument and is protected under the 1979 Ancient Monument and Archaeological Areas. The first probable occupant was Richard Pounz, Keeper of the Chase in the 1320s.Henry VIII, Elizabeth I and James I could be seen on their regal horses hunting deer in the splendid forest.************At the end of the walk we will have drinks at the Cock & Dragon pub in Cockfosters, which serves Thai food.This gives all walkers a further opportunity to chat to each other more and hopefully could be the beginning of new friendships.Ticked cards are handed in to be analysed, and on Sunday member’s will receive an email with their positive matches.....“What lies behind us, and what lies before us are tiny matterscompared to what lies within us.”Ralph Waldo Emerson************Level: East/Moderate.Time/Distance: 6hrs - 9.0 miles (14.4km)Meeting point: Oakwood Tube station Meeting time: 9.45am (walk starts at 10am).

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