Discover the industrial past of Halton on a guided walk

First published in News Runcorn and Widnes World: Photograph of the Author by , Chief Reporter

A GUIDED walk through Halton’s heritage is being held next month.

Canals, Cows and Tanneries will take you back to the industrial past of the Upper Mersey esturary.

You will find out how traditional and rare breeds of cattle are being used to manage salt marsh communities.

There will be some rough terrain and walking involved so people are advised to wear suitable clothing.

The event takes place on Thursday, September 6.

Booking is essential.

Walkers will assemble at the Catalyst Museum car park in Mersey Road, West Bank, at 4pm.

Call 0151 511 7801 or e-mail anthony.brandreth@halton.gov.uk or online at www.arteryoflife.co.ukto reserve your place.

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