Norse, World War II & maybe wallabies – Jurby & Ballaugh Curragh
We explore St Patrick’s Church, Jurby, with its Norse crosses, RAF connections and cemetery then walk past Keeill Kickle (St Cecilia’s chapel), Ballateare and the site of Killane mill. We then dip into the wetlands of Ballaugh Curragh and walk back by Jurby airfield and the new transport museum. From Ancient Viking sites to the RAF; from local wildlife to the chance of seeing a wallaby.
Meet at Jurby Church, Church Road, Jurby West IM7 3AY
NGR SC 350 985
Small group guaranteed. Booking essential.
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Preparing for your walk
Moderate rating mainly on country roads and tracks; with uneven root-filled paths in the Ballaugh Curragh. About 15 km distance and 40m height gained. Please wear footwear suitable for footpaths and tracks. Bring clothing appropriate to the weather on the day-watch out for wind and rain!-and any food, drink and support equipment (e.g. walking poles, gaiters, insect repellent, sun cream, etc.) which you find useful. Bring a packed lunch and drinks.
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