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2019 Autumn Equinox Netwalk

2019 Autumn Equinox Netwalk

Cricklade boasts being the first town that the Thames passes through on its way to London, At this part of its journey the river is small, drifting as it does through the Cotswold water park. That creates easy riverside strolling through some great meadows and scenery, with lots of wildlife to photograph, should that be your hobby.

Along the way, you’ll meet other business people and chat in a relaxed and, quite literally, open environment that builds deep understanding,

The walking will be gentle, about 6 miles in total, never at pace, so as to be accessible to all. Please arrive from 10:30 – We will set off at 11:00 sharp.

Doing business on a walk in the country.

Doing business on a walk in the country.

On the 21st of September, a few things happen,

It’s the Autumn Equinox, the day when the sun is directly above the equator, It’s the moment we move into Autumn. Autumn is a lovely time, a time when the colours mellow, the weather often seems benign, still warm yet with portents of a colder time to come, it may be wet, but even then it’s a time to be out.

It’s also the time of year when businesses first start to think hard about their aims for the year to come, to plan, to design, to prepare. The animals too are gathering the fruits of the season, preparing for leaner times and storing food. there isn’t a better time to walk through the gentle country by the river Thames with other business people and share thoughts, experiences and plans, and allow the atmosphere to enable you to think ahead.

That’s why I’ll be in South Cerney, near Cricklade, with a number of other business owners for a netwalk – a chance to build strong relationships, and gain and give insights to others, over a gentle walk and a pub lunch.

I wrote recently about the impact of walking shoulder to shoulder – read more here…  These are very special days – I do hope that you can join us.

Click here to register for the xTEN Club Netwalk on 21st September