Lossiemouth: Heroes, Heritage and Hops
Date: Saturday 16 June, 2018
Event leader: Steve Coomber
Price: £12.50Meet time: 13:00
Estimated finish time: 15:30
Difficulty: Easy PlusGroup size: 12
Distance: 3 miles (5km)
Please note: Over-18s only as this walk ends with a brewery tour
A guided walk (approx 3 miles, 1.5 hours) around the fascinating seaside town of Lossiemouth, discovering its people & places of interest, ending with a tour & tasting (1 hour) at the town’s award-winning craft brewery – the Windswept Brewing Co.
This event includes beer tastings so please do not be tempted to drink and drive. There is a regular bus service between Lossiemouth and Elgin. For anyone who prefers not to drink, or anyone who does have to drive, Windswept will instead provide two bottles of their beers for you to take away.
Where to Meet
Meet at the Lossiemouth Fisheries & Community Museum, Pitgaveny Street, Lossiemouth, IV31 6NT.
Grid Ref: NJ 238 712
About the Provider
Steve Coomber is a keen walker, hillwalker and a volunteer health walk leader in Moray. This is the third year that he has organised walks for the Moray Walking and Outdoor Festival.
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