It happened on Sunday 14 May.
It started at St Peter's Church in Birstall and ended at Rydings, once the home of Ellen Nussey. Margaret Berry, the walk leader, explained just about everything that needed to be explained, and participants went home tired, happy and slightly damp.
The weather was of the Pennine variety - grey and showery. Nobody minded.
The full itinerary can be found in the blog archive for February. A longer account will appear in the next Gazette, which comes out in September.
Meanwhile, here are some pictures:
Miss Wooler's grave, St Peter's churchyard, Birstall
Outside Oakwell Hall
One of the displays inside.