Irrespective of the result of the election on 6th May, David Williams, the Labour Parliamentary Candidate for Crewe and Nantwich, will be spending the Sunday after the election walking around the constituency.
David Williams, who is a keen walker, will be leading a group from the Long Distance Walkers Association on a walk around the Crewe and Nantwich constituency on Sunday 9th May – the Sunday following the election, and he is extending an invitation to residents of Crewe and Nantwich to join him on all or part of the walk.
David said, “Win, lose or draw, I will be taking a walk around the constituency in some of the most beautiful countryside that Cheshire has to offer."
The walk will be starting off from Crewe Railway Station at 9.00am on the following Sunday and heading towards Bridgemere aiming to arrive in time for lunch. From Bridgemere it is on to Nantwich for tea at The Red Lion, and then back to Crewe.
David said, “I am hoping that the weather continues to be fine for the walk. I would welcome anyone who wishes to join us, either for the whole day’s walk, or at any point on route.”