To keep to the theme of sporting challenges, we decided to go on a lunch time ramble along the cliffs of Radcliffe. We managed to go 2.5 miles in just over an hour stopping at the weir and for lots of photographs along the way. Although the weather on Friday wasn’t as good as it had been all week (typically), it was still nice to get out and about and we even managed to see a wonderful example of the dark red colour of the cliffs, which are formed of Triassic red shale, with gypsum banding. On the way back to the office, we stopped in the village for fish and chips.
Obviously the idea of the ramble was to raise money for Sport Relief and we are pleased to say that with contributions from partners and staff we managed to raise £127.