We meet on the 4th Monday in the month from 10.00-4.00pm at various locations.
Our walks are between 4 1/2 and 6 miles and take place on the last Monday in every month. A list of the walks is also posted in the Newsletter.
We aim to encourage and promote an interest in walking, whilst enjoying the company of fellow members, with the option of a pub lunch where possible.
Members are encouraged to take part in organising our programme and to lead walks if they can. The activities of the Walking Group can be expanded provided that there is sufficient interest.
It has been decided that group members wishing to join a walk should telephone or contact the leader before the walk.
Start time is 10 am unless otherwise stated.
Walks for 2016/17
26 September – Leader Mike Hayes – email@example.com
Approx 8.5km commencing at the Eagle & Sun pub at Hanbury Wharf WR9 7DX – Meet at 9.45.
Walk takes in Birmingham Canal leading onto Hanbury Hall estate to Hanbury Church, where refreshments are available for nominal contribution. Will not go into the house itself, but National Trust members requested to please bring cards. No charge for walking across the grounds. Lunch available at the pub.
Please contact Mike a few days beforehand if you wish to walk, leaving your contact number, in case of need.
24 October – Leader Robert Stead – firstname.lastname@example.org – Tele 01886 812128
Walk is in Clifton upon Teme area with one steady climb – Meet at 9.45 at the Tennis Club car park off Pound Lane, opposite the Lion Hotel.
Lunch is available at the New Inn, one mile away from car park, which has elevated views.
Please contact Robert a few days beforehand if you wish to walk, leaving your contact number, in case of need.
28 November – Leader Roger Hales – rogerhales26@gmail .com -Tele 01684 576814
From Colwall Railway station OS Explorer 190 SO 755424.
Meet for a 10am start . Easy walk of under 5 miles. Lunch at The Wellington
PLEASE LET THE LEADER KNOW IF YOU ARE STAYING FOR LUNCH
19 December (note 3rd Monday ) – Leader Maggie Rider – email@example.com – Tele 01684 568800
5 mile walk from The Swan at Hanley Swan
30 January 2017 – Leader Alan Bull – firstname.lastname@example.org Tele 01684 301033
Starting from the Timberdine – take the road into Worcester from the Carrington bridge roundabout and at the next roundabout after 300 yards, turn right and immediately right again into the pub car park.
We will meet at the Harvester Timberdine before 10 o’clock for a 5 mile walk around the outskirts of Worcester before returning to the pub for an optional lunch.
There are one or two fields to cross but most of the paths are dry and there is a minimum of height to be climbed. An easy walk with some interesting corners of the city to discover.
27 February 2017 Leader Mike Hayes— email@example.com –
PLEASE NOTE : MEET at Lyppard Grange Pub WR 4 0DZ at 9.45 for a 10.00 start. ( Not the Country Park). Lunch also now at The Lyppard Grange. It’s a 10am walk around and through Warnden Villages. Doesn’t sound very interesting , but it is! It takes in a barn on Staddle stones, Warden Church, which is unusual, and a section of the Birmingham/Worcester canal. It is a good winter walk as it is very unlikely to be muddy under foot.
For more details contact firstname.lastname@example.org or the walk leader:
27 March 2017 – Leaders Janet and Phil Uncles – 01684 575060
Walk around the Malvern Hills – meet at entrance to Rosebank Gardens, Belle Vue Terrace for 10.00 start. There will obviously be some uphill stretches but not too steep.
Plenty of venues in Great Malvern for those who wish to have lunch/snack afterwards.
Please contact the leaders a few days before if you wish to walk, leaving a contact number, in case of need.
<Monday 24th April – Leader Mikce Hayes. Our walk starts from the Duke of York pub at Tewkesbury Road, Berrow WR13 6JQ. Take the road from Malvern and after passing through Welland and Birtsmorton (Do not turn off the road when you see the sign for Birtsmorton)you will arrive at Rye Cross Crossroads. Turn left and after about 200m the road bends sharply to the right. The pub is on the bend. The walk is about 6 miles but is very easy going with no major hills and very few stiles (possibly 1). The walk crosses over the Bromsberrow estate and along the lower slopes of the sought end of the hill. The terrain is fields and quiet lanes.
Contact: Philip Uncles
Phone: 01684 575060
Email: phil -dot- uncles -at- yahoo -dot- co -dot- uk