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Brian Murphy
An easy 6.4 mile meander taking in views across the Mersey and three beautiful parklands with an interesting history.  We will also pass through an old Hamlet with links to a star of jazz.
There is a small hill rise at the Millennium Gardens and some road walking which we will need to cross. For detailed information about the walk open the attachment at the end of this page. 
Start Point and time
Meet 12.30 Otterspool Car Park (adjacent pub post code L17 5AL)
Directions to start
At the end of the M62, turn left onto Queens Drive for 1.5 miles. Then at the main intersect island keep in the centre lane for Queens continuation ahead at the lights. Stay on Queens Dr for further 0.9 miles passing a set of traffic lights and under a railway bridge, then passing Liverpool College on right
Turn left into Aigburth Vale with park fields to your right. After 0.2 mile the road bends sharply to the left onto Carniac Rd then to the right into Victoria Rd. These are continuous connections.Go straight on at the lights into Ashfield Rd. Then cross straight over the dual carriageway at the next set of lights into Jericho Lane with Park gates on your left.
After 0.5 mile there is a small island at the end, turn left onto Otterspool Dr, the car park is immediately to your right.
Miller & Carter pub Otterspool Drive Post Code L17 5AL
Brian on 07855197607
Changes and cancellation
In the event that there are any changes to the regulations (for example a further lockdown) before the walk, which means that it will not be able to proceed, an email will be sent to everyone booked on the walk. Very occasionally, due to severe weather or another serious event, a walk may be cancelled. In these instances, a note will be added to the website at least TWO hours before Start Time. So, do check the website before you set out, and if in doubt use the walk leader’s mobile contact number

Update COVID-19: Information June 2021: Delta variant

Most of NW England and therefore the catchment for Out on Sunday, is in the area where the variant (Delta) is spreading fastestOoS walks are still permitted providing risk assessments are completed.

Government guidance includes that you should:
• get both doses of vaccine when offered;
• get tested regularly and self-isolate where advised;
• keep 2m from people not in your household or bubble;
• minimise travel in or out of your area.
All OoS walkers are recommended to read the guidance at COVID-19: Guidance June 2021

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