Bank Holiday walking festival to be held at Sheffield pub

It is something most people in Sheffield will have as part of their plans for the Bank Holiday weekend – a visit to the pub.

But for a group of around 100 people that trip to the boozer will be anything but relaxing as they take part in a three-day walking festival.

The Norfolk Arms, Ringinglow

The Norfolk Arms, Ringinglow

Third annual Ringinglow Walks Walking Festival will take place over the May bank holiday at the Norfolk Arms from Saturday, May 4 until Monday, May 6.

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Walk leader Steve Murfitt will take the group on a walk each day of the weekend – taking in a total of more than 16 miles.

The treks will all leave from the Ringinglow Road, and the first, on Saturday from 9am, will take a tour of both sides of the Burbage Valley, visit an Iron Age fort and climb Higgar Tor.

A previous walking festival held at the Norfolk Arms.

A previous walking festival held at the Norfolk Arms.

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Sunday's walk will leave the pub at 10am and the 8.25-mile trek will pass through Brown Edge, Rud Hill, White Stones, Long Causeway, Stanage and Burbage Moor.

And there will be no rest on Bank Holiday Monday with a late afternoon trek around the Mayfield Valley, leaving the pub at 5pm.

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