Welcome to a historical walk largely through green spaces, looking at over two dozen old buildings in some cases their ruins or merely sites. All of these places have special stories attached to those that lived here in bygone times. Some of these people were among the poorest, others were well off but they all have a tell to tell . It is up to us to find it. There are also a number of fascinating environmental features and the possibility of seeing some interesting wildlife (No promises!) We will take the 09.37 number 1 bus from AG stop, in front of the transport office on Arundel Gate to the library in the centre of Firth Park shopping area, at the junction of Hucklow Road and Stubbin Lane. There is a free car park on Stubbin Lane for car users. We will make our way through the park and down to Page Hall. Then we will pick up the path through Bagley Dyke woods to Longley Park where we will have our coffee break. From here we will walk up to Norwood and then through Busk Meadows and Roe Woods up to Parkwood Springs where we will have lunch at the spectacular viewing point. After lunch it is pretty much downhill all the way to Abbeyfield Park. Then we make our way to Crabtree Pond Nature reserve, and head towards to Northern General Hospital (Toilet opportunity). From here we will make our way back to Firth park. There are plenty of drop off points with regular bus services.