Walks and Events Programme ... Walks swapped 14th & 28th March ...

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Note: our all-volunteer walk leaders generally provide distances measured during a recce or pre-walk. Accuracy is both technically and practically limited and distances should be taken as a best estimate.

February 2024 Walks and Events

Tuesday 13th February 10:00, 15½ miles: The Hughenden Valley and the South Bucks Way. Through plantations and woods, a grove, and a ditch to Great Missenden. Start: SU877981 Great Kingshill: Car park on "The Common". Bring packed lunch HP15 6EN (51.67507,-0.73345) ///bronzer.cherished.nuns. Difficulty Moderate. Leader Graham C, 0771 999 3787.

Thursday 15th February 10:30, 6 miles: Late Winter walk from Ascot centre passing the Great Pond, Ascot Heath and returning over the race course. Start: SU926688 Car Park No 6, Ascot High St SL5 7HB (51.41048,-0.67050) ///index.flying.tooth. Difficulty Leisurely. Leader Carmel H, 0796 179 0398.

Sunday 18th February 10:00, 5.2 miles: A few downs and ups from Nettlebed, to drive out February blues. Walking down to Warburg Nature Reserve, back up to Russell's Water Common, dropping down again before meandering slowly back to our starting point. Poles advised for our second descent, which can be slippy. Start: SU702868 The Green, Nettlebed. Park considerately at roadside on The Green and neighbouring lanes RG9 5AX (51.57561,-0.98858) ///faster.youths.soup. Difficulty Moderate. Leader Alison B, 0789 179 3290.

Tuesday 20th February 10:00, 11 miles: Danger, Caesar, Danger! An interesting tour of Swinley Woods via Wickham Bushes, circumventing Danger Area, Wishmoor Bottom, Bagshot Heath and Caesar's Camp. Start: SU851662 Great Hollands Recreation Ground CP, South Road, Bracknell. Bring packed lunch RG40 3DN (51.38835,-0.77803) ///lanes.paints.starts. Difficulty Moderate. Leader Martin L, 0786 025 4249.John G, 0775 486 9152.

Thursday 22nd February 10:30, 6½ miles: Bramshill Forest from Eversley Church. Few stiles. Dog friendly. Start: SU779609 Eversley Church CP RG27 0PX (51.34211,-0.88173) ///ruffle.relatives.flats. Difficulty Moderate. Leader Mark C, 0790 500 8551.

Thursday 22nd February 10:30, 8 miles: A circular walk in the Chilterns, from Checkendon, through Braziers Common to Ipsden, returning via Hailey and Well Place. Please bring packed lunch. (Lunch near Well Place). Start: SU664830 Checkendon Recreation Ground, Main Street, Checkendon RG8 0SS (51.54233,-1.04356) ///prom.unsightly.bead. Difficulty Moderate. Leader Mary B, 0755 743 2878.

Sunday 25th February 10:30, 5½ miles: A gently undulating walk to the west of Nettlebed. A circular walk taking in Copes Wood, Park Wood and Nuffield Common then back to Nettlebed. Start: SU702868 Nettlebed: "The Green" - road near the bus shelter RG9 5AX (51.57561,-0.98858) ///faster.youths.soup. Difficulty Leisurely. Leader Bill D, 0788 762 7885.

Tuesday 27th February 10:00, 11.3 miles: Our walk will explore the countryside to the West of Odiham. Including the villages of Greywell, Mapledurwell, Up Nately & North Warnborough. We will also pass the ruins of King John's castle, but our canal walking will be limited to just under a mile. Start: SU747517 Basingstoke Canal Car Park, Odiham Wharf, London Road, Odiham. Bring packed lunch RG29 1DH (51.26012,-0.93070) ///spirits.reservoir.knocking. Difficulty Moderate. Leader Mike S & Zena S, 0797 906 0925. Walk modified due to excessive mud on original route

Tuesday 27th February 10:15, 14½ miles: An exhilarating walk above the Kennet valley before dropping south to walk through the villages of Faccombe, Netherton and Linkenholt before striking north again to the ridge and passing the iconic Gibbet Hill. Start: SU380616 Walbury Hill CP. Bring packed lunch. Please call leader(s) if meeting at the walk start RG17 9EH (51.35186,-1.45539) ///leans.oils.solutions. Meet: 09:00 at SU716670 Clares Green Road, by Spencers Wood Pavilion for car share RG7 1DY (51.39767,-0.97244) ///venues.deal.orders. Difficulty Moderate. Leader Richard H, 0788 411 3491 or 0118 988 4118.

Thursday 29th February 10:30, 3½ miles: Along the Blackwater river and around Horseshoe and Moor Green lakes. Leisurely flat no-stile walk following Green Moor lakes and the Blackwater river to Horseshoe lake for coffee/banana break, before getting back to start car park. Start: SU805628 Finchampstead: Moor Green Lakes car park, Lower Sandhurst Road RG40 3TF (51.35864,-0.84428) ///flask.dive.souk. Difficulty Leisurely. Leader Marc C, 0776 463 2899.

Thursday 29th February 10:30, 6 miles: Binfield Heath and Crowsley Park. A fairly flat walk through fields and woods around Binfield Heath and Crowsley Park. Start: SU746786 Arch Hill, Binfield Heath, Park on the road by the recreation ground RG9 4DY (51.50142,-0.92665) ///excavate.lighter.enjoy. Difficulty Leisurely. Leader Sue T, 0780 185 4700.

March 2024 Walks and Events

Saturday 2nd March 14:00, 8 miles: Ewelme Park, Cookley Green and Russell's Water. Along the valley to Park Corner, before a gentle climb to a view of Swyncombe House, returning via Doyley Wood. Start: SU720887 Maidensgrove: At the eastern end of the Common, where Park Lane emerges into the open RG9 6EX (51.59299,-0.96204) ///shadowed.scariest.factory. Difficulty Moderate. Leader Graham C, 0771 999 3787.

Sunday 3rd March 10:00, 5.6 miles: Pleasant circular walk including a stretch of the Kennet and Avon canal. Start: SU648705 From Sheffield Bottom Lock Picnic Area Car Park, by the Swing Bridge, on the Kennet and Avon canal, south of Theale RG7 4AP (51.42939,-1.07004) ///asks.bonds.visits. Difficulty Leisurely. Leader Stewart M, 0790 151 4832 or 011 896 6311.

Sunday 3rd March 10:00, 11 miles: Ramble through fields and woodland and visit pretty Chiltern villages on the way, during the snowdrop season. Start: SU702868 Nettlebed: The Green, parking on the grass verge behind the bus shelter. Bring packed lunch. Please call leader(s) if meeting at the walk start RG9 5AX (51.57561,-0.98858) ///faster.youths.soup. Meet: 09:15 at SU807697 Cantley Park CP, Twyford Road, Wokingham for car share RG40 5TU (51.42126,-0.84048) ///necks.judge.dreams. Difficulty Moderate. Leader Susan R, 0796 670 2349 or 0118 978 8988.

Tuesday 5th March 10:00, 11 miles: A delightful, mainly flat, walk through fields and woodlands in North Hampshire. Starting at Mattingley the walk passes through West Green, Rotherwick, Hartley Wespall, and Lyde Green. Start: SU736581 Mattingley church. Bring packed lunch RG27 8LA (51.31694,-0.94531) ///messaging.range.harmonica. Difficulty Moderate. Leader John R, 0796 959 2394 or 0118 979 8703.

Thursday 7th March 10:30, 5.8 miles: Hurley, Frogmill Farm, Knowl Hill bridleway, Highwood, Hurleyford Park and Hurley Lock. This walk takes in a stretch of the Thames between Hurley and Frog Mill farm, the Knowl Hill bridleway below Ashley Hill, High Wood and the familiar views down to Hurley and the River Thames. The total ascent is only about 190 feet. Start: SU825840 Hurley Village Car Park, High Street, Hurley SL6 5NB (51.54899,-0.81070) ///silently.scale.badminton. Difficulty Leisurely. Leader David B, 0773 801 6588Nick J, 0778 525 7992.

Sunday 10th March 09:30, 7 miles: A linear walk from Ascot Station to Sunningdale Station. We meet at Wokingham Station to catch the 09.38 to Ascot; please purchase a return ticket to Sunningdale. This trip is on the proviso there will be no strikes or engineering works. The walk will take in Sunninghill, Cheapside, Virginia Water, Coworth Park, and Wentworth Golf Course. Start: SU805687 Wokingham Railway Station RG40 2AP (51.41181,-0.84256) ///urban.salt.trade. Difficulty Moderate. Leader Peter D, 0118 377 4820 or 0735 918 9429.

Tuesday 12th March 10:00, 12 miles: A walk of contrasts, countryside and town, canal and rivers, old and new. Start at Donnington Castle, then south towards Enbourne. returning via the Kennet and Avon Canal, through outskirts of Newbury and then to Donnington. Start: SU462690 Car park at Donnington Castle. Bring packed lunch. Please call leader(s) if meeting at the walk start RG14 2LE (51.41873,-1.33684) ///marinated.strictest.language. Meet: 09:15 at SU709677 Mere Oak Park and Ride for car share RG7 1WJ (51.40479,-0.98167) ///sober.shack.count. Difficulty Moderate. Leader Christine H, 0777 586 0169.

Tuesday 12th March 10:00, 15 miles: Middle Assendon Meander. A 15 mile circuit from Middle Assendon via Bix and Badgemore, picking up the Oxfordshire Way at the end of the Fair Mile. Then heading for Fawley, and Hambleden before returning via Coxlease Farm. There are a few busy roads to cross and a small section on the road in the Stonor valley but mostly we will be on tracks and lanes. The tracks can get muddy so bring appropriate footwear. Start: SU739856 Parking in the layby at the side of the road. Bring packed lunch RG9 6AS (51.56541,-0.93528) ///suiting.nosedive.racked. Difficulty Strenuous. Leader Peter C, 0771 468 3067.

Thursday 2814th March 10:30, 6 miles: From Nuffield church along The Ridgeway to the Norman church at Swyncombe. Start: SU668873 Holy Trinity Church CP Nuffield Hill, Nuffield. Donation to church please RG9 5SR (51.58113,-1.03732) ///cowering.sheep.pose. Difficulty Moderate. Leader David M, 0793 224 6232.

Sunday 17th March 10:00, 6 miles: A varied walk to the north of Pangbourne: Whitchurch, Great Chalk Wood and Cold Harbour. Along the River Thames then up through fields and woods with some fine views along the way. Start: SU634765 Village Hall CP, Station Rd Pangbourne RG8 7AN (51.48423,-1.08835) ///credit.flippers.bouncing. Difficulty Moderate. Leader Chris R, 0771 053 4818.

Tuesday 19th March 10:00, 13 miles: From Trenches to Stupas. We take a spring walk from Pullingshill Wood passing First WW practice trenches, we head north through Bovingdon Green and Marlow Bottom towards the Buddhist Stupas near Handy Cross, returning via Bluey's Farm and Marlow Common. Around 1,200 feet of ascent. Start: SU823861 Marlow: Triangle between Hollowhill and Pullingshill Woods. Bring packed lunch SL7 2DS (51.56825,-0.81337) ///central.invent.unafraid. Difficulty Moderate. Leader Anushka H, 0779 223 7977.

Thursday 21st March 10:30, 3.6 miles: Join me for a different view of central Reading, as we follow 3 rivers and learn about some of the areas impressive history. We start from behind the main library and the number 4 bus stops right outside. Start: SU718734 The Amphitheatre BEHIND Reading Central Library, Abbey Square, Reading RG1 3BQ (51.45504,-0.86803) ///poppy.ledge.renew. Difficulty Leisurely. Leader Sally B, 0134 477 4468 or 0787 614 1817.

Thursday 21st March 10:30, 6 miles: Peppard to Stoke Row and back. Out one way and back another through attractive South Oxfordshire countryside. 427 feet of ascent but no stiles. The walk can be accessed by public transport by catching Reading Transport service 25 from Friar St, Reading to the Unicorn PH at Peppard Common. Please contact leader if intending to do so. Start: SU709818 Side road opposite "Red Lion" PH, Rotherfield Peppard RG9 5LB (51.53126,-0.97887) ///march.every.competing. Difficulty Leisurely. Leader Steve V, 0774 040 6869 or 0118 987 3901.

Sunday 24th March 10:30, 5 miles: Boveney Olympic Rowing Lake and Dorney Common. Start: SU939777 Free car park at Boveney SL4 6QG (51.49109,-0.65079) ///herb.sadly.worry. Difficulty Easy Access. Leader David T, 0789 993 8397 or 0118 977 4184.

Tuesday 26th March 10:30, 11 miles: Lovely spring walk from Hermitage through woodland and fields linking four local villages via Oare, Coldash, Ashmore Green and Curridge. Lovely views over the Kennet Valley. Start: SU500729 Hillier Garden Centre, Priors Court Road, Hermitage in the car park furthest from the garden centre near the exit. Bring packed lunch RG18 9TG (51.45330,-1.28097) ///dumplings.slot.truth. Difficulty Moderate. Leader Sue A & Sue H, 0785 428 6890 or 0785 506 9324.

Tuesday 26th March 10:00, 15 miles: Hurley Hike. From Hurley along the river and up thru the deer park to Remenham Hill, then to Crazies Hill, over Bowsey Hill and a late lunch at Littlewick Green. Back via Maidenhead Thicket and Berks Agricultural College, 1,000 feet of ascent. Start: SU825840 Hurley Village Car Park. Bring packed lunch SL6 5NB (51.54899,-0.81070) ///silently.scale.badminton. Difficulty Moderate. Leader Duncan M, 0788 426 6309.

Thursday 1428th March 10:30, 5 miles: A gentle country side ramble starting from Knowl Hill, along the Southern Bridle Circuit to Littlewick Green then up to Burchetts Green, along the Chiltern Way, through Ashley Hill Forest then down Star Lane and back home. Start: SU822794 Knowl Hill Lay By, ( by the old Seven Stars Pub) RG10 9UR (51.50774,-0.81642) ///remedy.prefect.appeal. Difficulty Leisurely. Leader Gerry C, 0780 535 6708.

Thursday 28th March 10:30, 8 miles: A circular walk from Peppard Common towards Henley, along the Pack and Prime Lane, returning via Greys Court, Shepherd Green and Greys Green. Please bring packed lunch. (lunch at Greys Green). Start: SU710820 Peppard Common (opposite Red Lion PH), Rotherfield Peppard, near Henley RG9 5JX (51.53245,-0.97782) ///wrong.starfish.forgiven. Difficulty Moderate. Leader Mary B, 0755 743 2878.


Sunday 31st March 10:00, 6.6 miles: A lovely undulating walk in the Chilterns with good views and varied terrain. We will pass through the edge of the nature reserve and across open fields to Park Corner and then head north to Cookley Green, returning through Russell's Water and Pishill back to the start. Start: SU720887 At the eastern end of Maidensgrove Common RG9 6EX (51.59299,-0.96204) ///shadowed.scariest.factory. Difficulty Moderate. Leader Margaret T, 0118 978 8540 or 0791 700 2202.


Sunday 31st March 10:00, 11½ miles: A circular walk to the west of Lane End taking in some of the best views of the Chiltern Hills. The walk takes in Cadmore End Common, Ibstone, Turville and Skirmett, with some beautiful views along the way. Start: SU807918 Lane End: Car park by the traffic lights. Bring packed lunch HP14 3ER (51.61919,-0.83600) ///clustered.fries.pulp. Difficulty Moderate. Leader Bill D, 0788 762 7885.

April 2024 Walks an"d Events

Tuesday 2nd April 10:15, 13 miles: Walking along both sides of the Pang Valley starting from Bucklebury Common. From the car park we descend into the delightful village of Stanford Dingley where we cross the river Pang. We then climb up onto the other side of the valley towards Frilsham. We cross the river again and walk to Grimsbury Castle (Earthworks as opposed to a proper castle!). After lunch, we walk southwards towards Cold Ash and then into Bucklebury Common and return to the cars. Total ascent 930 feet. Start: SU556691 Bucklebury Common Car park - the one on the RIGHT as you travel from The Bladebone pub. Bring packed lunch RG7 6RP (51.41834,-1.20101) ///magpie.pound.tiredness. Difficulty Moderate. Leader Nick J, 0778 525 7992.

Thursday 4th April 10:30, 5½ miles: Simon's Wood to Heath Lake circular walk via East Berkshire golf course. Flat no-stile leisurely walk from Simon's Wood car park, following the Devil's Highway Roman Road to Crowthorne station and Heath Lake via East Berkshire golf course. Start: SU812635 Crowthorne: Simon's Wood CP, Wellingtonia Avenue; height 1.9m RG45 6AE (51.36470,-0.83324) ///smug.signal.deeper. Difficulty Leisurely. Leader Marc C, 0776 463 2899.

Saturday 6th April 14:00, 8 miles: Saturday afternoon spring ramble from Rotherfield Peppard to The Maharajah's Well at Stoke Row via Highmoor and Ipsden Wood. Start: SU709818 Rotherfield Peppard: Side road opposite "Red Lion" PH RG9 5LB (51.53126,-0.97887) ///march.every.competing. Difficulty Moderate. Leader Jo F, 0797 959 5043.

Sunday 7th April 10:00, 8 miles: Explore the new and lovely Maidenhead Millenium Walk. This is a LINEAR WALK and please contact the leader with offers of leaving cars in Maidenhead as there are no buses on a Sunday. The route connects at each end with the Thames Path and also includes a section of the Maidenhead Boundary Walk. Riverside, parkland and woods on mostly flat terrain. Start: SU825840 Hurley Village Car Park, High Street, Hurley SL6 5NB (51.54899,-0.81070) ///silently.scale.badminton. Difficulty Leisurely. Leader Linda A, 0777 612 6663.

Tuesday 9th April 10:00, 12.2 miles: Remenham and Medmenham. A full circuit of Remenham parish, with a jaunt across Hambleden lock to Medmenham and back for good measure. Riverside and Chiltern views. Mostly flat, but with a steep climb through the deer park (594 feet of ascent). No stiles. Start: SU770841 Remenham Church. Bring packed lunch RG9 3DB (51.55078,-0.89030) ///rucksack.music.lateral. Difficulty Moderate. Leader Steve V, 0774 040 6869 or 0118 987 3901.

Tuesday 9th April 10:00, 15½ miles: Wooing the Woods and Water. A glorious walk in the surroundings of Flackwell Heath, Little Marlow, Bourne End, Cookham Dean and Hedsor Wharf. Start: SU911877 Wooburn recreation ground CP, Wash Hill. Bring packed lunch HP10 0JA (51.58173,-0.68751) ///frogs.store.cotton. Difficulty Strenuous. Leader John G, 0775 486 9152.

Thursday 11th April 10:30, 4 miles: A varied and level circular walk following the Basingstoke Canal and then crossing open fields to Winchfield Church before returning to the canal and car park via Tundry Pond. Start: SU778537 The Barley Mow Slipway car park, Sprat's Hatch Lane, Hook RG27 8DD (51.27787,-0.88596) ///language.airtime.built. Difficulty Leisurely. Leader Kath P, 0777 569 4011.

Thursday 11th April 10:30, 6.9 miles: Maidensgrove to Turville Heath and back. I have used variations to the normal route. An old favourite but taking in a few different paths for variety, but still giving the pleasure of walking in the beauty of the area. Start: SU720887 Maidensgrove: At the eastern end of the Common, where Park Lane emerges into the open RG9 6EX (51.59299,-0.96204) ///shadowed.scariest.factory. Difficulty Leisurely. Leader Bill D, 0788 762 7885.

Sunday 14th April 10:00, 6.9 miles: Woods and fields around Checkendon and Braziers Common, taking in part of the Chiltern Way. Start: SU645820 Recreation Ground car park off Reading Road, Woodcote RG8 0QY (51.53395,-1.07072) ///flight.skinning.mentions. Difficulty Moderate. Leader Colin R, 0773 891 1507.

Tuesday 16th April 10:00, 12 miles: A flat farmland and woodland walk via Westley Mill, Long lane farm, Holyport and Maidens Green. Start: SU873726 Frost Folly CP Moss End. Bring packed lunch RG42 6EN (51.44567,-0.74520) ///undulation.sends.water. Difficulty Moderate. Leader Nigel K, 0118 979 1740 or 0751 288 0414.

Thursday 18th April 10:30, 6 miles: Two Hills and Two Greens. Spring walk from Knowl Hill via Ashley Hill, Burchetts Green & Littlewick Green. Start: SU822794 Knowl Hill: Layby on A4 RG10 9UR (51.50774,-0.81642) ///remedy.prefect.appeal. Difficulty Leisurely. Leader Jo F, 0797 959 5043.

Rye Weekend. 19th to 22nd April 2024(FULL, contact Nick J to be added to waiting list)

Sunday 21st April 10:15, 6½ miles: Frogmill and Bowsey Hill. From Crazies Hill down to the Thames then towards Warren Row before climbing Bowsey Hill and returning to start. Start: SU800809 Crazies Hill. Roadside parking along street near The Horns (ex public house) RG10 8NB (51.52136,-0.84834) ///outbursts.ends.unimpeded. Difficulty Moderate. Leader Mark C, 0790 500 8551.

Tuesday 23rd April 10:20, 12 miles: Something different: a circular walk round the alleys and waterways of Oxford. It will involve catching the 09.48 train from Reading. From Wokingham 09.20 and 09.27 will link. More details to follow. Start: SP504063 Front of Oxford Railway Station. Bring packed lunch OX1 1HS (51.75342,-1.27010) ///panels.wicked.scarcely. Difficulty Moderate. Leader Christine H, 0777 586 0169.

Tuesday 23rd April 10:00, 16 miles: Henley to Peppard. A 16-mile near figure of 8 from Mill Lane car park heading west towards Peppard. The route is almost exclusively on tracks and lanes. Expect it to be muddy. Start: SU770817 Mill Lane car park. Bring packed lunch RG9 4HD (51.52878,-0.89077) ///drawn.welcome.driven. Difficulty Moderate. Leader Peter C, 0771 468 3067.

Thursday 25th April 10:30, 6 miles: A pleasant spring walk at Knowl Hill through woods and fields. We walk up to Bowsey Hill, then around Cayton Park to Warren Row and return via Ashley Hill. Start: SU822794 Lay by off the A4 at Knowl Hill RG10 9UR (51.50774,-0.81642) ///remedy.prefect.appeal. Difficulty Moderate. Leader John R, 0796 959 2394 or 0118 979 8703.

Thursday 25th April 10:30, 8.2 miles: A circular walk from Sonning Eye to Shiplake, via Dunsden Green and Binfield Heath, returning via the Thames Path. Please bring packed lunch. (lunch at Shiplake Church). Start: SU751759 Thames Street (near Reading Sailing Club, off B478), Sonning Eye RG4 6TR (51.47798,-0.92042) ///period.admits.debate. Difficulty Moderate. Leader Mary B, 0755 743 2878.

Sunday 28th April 10:00, 7.1 miles: Winnersh Church starting point NO PARKING IN Church Car Park. Limited parking local streets. Walk from Church to Dinton Pastures, Twyford and back via Hurst. Start: SU781708 Next to Winnersh Church, Winnersh RG41 5NA (51.43100, -0.87682) ///truly.drank.adjust. Difficulty Leisurely. Leader Tim M, 0118 375 0480.

Sunday 28th April 10:00, 11 miles: Pleasant walk through woodland and farmland, to the river at Hurley, then back via Littlewick Green, Shottesbrooke Park and Waltham St Lawrence. Start: SU822794 Knowl Hill Layby on A4. Bring packed lunch. Please call leader(s) if meeting at the walk start RG10 9UR (51.50774,-0.81642) ///remedy.prefect.appeal. Meet: 09:30 at SU807697 Cantley Park CP, Twyford Road, Wokingham for car share RG40 5TU (51.42126,-0.84048) ///necks.judge.dreams. Difficulty Moderate. Leader Susan R, 0796 670 2349 or 0118 978 8988.

Tuesday 30th April 10:15, 12½ miles: 4 Marks out of 4 (Marks). A perfect score for this route through beautiful, gently-rolling Hampshire countryside from Chawton Park Wood (north of the village of Four Marks). Our route, on byways, paths and quiet lanes, takes us through woods and fields. From the car park we head north to Lower Wield; our return goes through Bentworth and Beech and on the Writers' Way. (The latter runs parallel to the, sadly unsighted, Watercress Line.) Assistance dogs only. Start: SU672360 Chawton Park Wood Car Park. At the north end of Boyneswood Road, where it turns sharp left, carry straight on, onto a narrow lane before immediately turning sharp right onto a gravel road that leads into the car park. (Sat Navs use 57 Boyneswood Road.). Bring packed lunch GU34 5ED (51.12015,-1.04053) ///driftwood.headlines.arranged. Difficulty Moderate. Leader Keith B, 0778 046 4115.

May 2024 Walks and Events

Friday 17th May: Quiz Night - Save the date! Details to follow

June 2024 Walks and Events

Thursday 20th June 14:00 Swallowfield Garden Visit with afternoon tea. Will follow a Thursday walk. Details to follow

Gower Weekend 7th to 10th June 2024Spaces still available. Flyer

September 2024 Walks and Events

Lake District Holiday, 13th - 19th September 2024(FULL, contact Peter C-J to be added to waiting list)

We hope you enjoy our walks. We need more volunteers to lead. We will help you plan your first walk and would love to welcome you to the team. Give me a call, I look forward to hearing from you.

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