Further information about the Tea Shop walk Tuesday 20 August
Leader Christine Code has sent some additional guidance:
The walk will pass by most of the 40 sculptures in the university grounds and inside some of the main buildings, including the two Barbara Hepworths, before climbing up to Belvedere Meadows, rather a climb but worth it for the views. Then back to the university and Reed cafe for lunch.
As the students are on vacation there will be plenty of road parking but it is all metered. However, Reed Hall has its own car park on Streatham Drive and those stopping for lunch are advised to park there as there is no charge. The barrier will lift as you approach the car park. South Devon Ramblers have permission to park there for the duration of the walk. Christine and Teresa will need to note all registration numbers to leave with reception. When you pay for lunch (reasonable prices) the receipt will have a PIN number printed on it which you will need to punch into the keypad at the car park exit to raise the barrier and escape.
For those who prefer to use public transport, the university is about 20 minutes uphill from St Davids station.
Well behaved dogs allowed.
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