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Tea on top of the hill.

ENJOY a cuppa on top of a hill this weekend.

The National Trust at Marsden Moor is inviting people to High Tea at Pule Hill on Saturday.

The trust's wardens will lead a six-mile walk across the moors, with a break half way to take in the views from Pule Hill, where walkers will be rewarded with a cream tea.

Alyssa Young, community warden, said: "Events like these are a great way for people to experience Marsden Moor in a different way.

"Whether you are a serious walker or just enjoy being outdoors this is a brilliant opportunity to explore the moor and appreciate its beauty.

"Any money raised will be used to fund our important moorland restoration work across the estate."

Walkers will also have the chance to visit the Marsden Stanza Stone, an inscribed poem written by local poet Simon Armitage.

The event will set off from Marsden station at 1.30pm and costs pounds 5 per person. Booking is essential through the Marsden Moor Estate Office on 01484 847016.
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Publication:Huddersfield Daily Examiner (Huddersfield, England)
Date:Aug 22, 2012
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