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Whether you're a regular visitor to the National Trust at Alderley Edge or you've just driven by and wonder what the place is all about ,why don't you give the free Sunday afternoon guided walks there a try. As well as being a lovely place for a walk in the fresh air with great views towards Manchester, the Edge has a fantastic history behind it going back almost 4000 years. On the walk you'll find out what man has done there over the centuries and what mystical things make it so well known. It's a great afternoon trip for all ages and it's free of charge!

Details of walk dates and times are on this poster and more can be found about Alderley Edge here

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