We meet on the last Monday of the month from 10-00-14.00 at venue.
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 10.00am unless otherwise stated.
Walks for 2017
November 27th — Leader Carl Flint — email@example.com
A town walk in Ledbury, with particular reference to early local transport.
Meet at the War Memorial by the Alms Houses in the middle of Ledbury for a 10.00 start.
About 4 miles with no hills.
Lunch afterwards at The Prince of Wales.
December 18th— Not 25th, one week earlier than usual! leader Roger Hales — firstname.lastname@example.org
Meet at the British Camp car park for a 5 mile walk beginning at 10.00 to the Wyche Cutting and back. Two inclines.
Good views if we are lucky with the weather.
Walks for 2018
January 29th – Leaders Penny & Robert Stead : email@example.com
Meet at The Eagle & Sun, Hanbury Warf WR6 7DX for a walk through Piper’s Hill and Hanbury Park.
Six miles, easy underfoot. The pub’s buffets are excellent!
A 5 mile walk around Upton upon Severn and Hanley Castle. Predominantly flat although there are a couple of steep hills towards the end which can be bypassed by a shorter route back to the starting point.
Meet at 9.45 for a 10am start at the free car park opposite the church of St Peter and St Paul in Upton upon Severn, Church Street, WR8 0JQ. SO 850402
For those who are interested lunch afterwards will be at The Swan, Riverside, Upton . The pub would prefer the pre-booking of lunches and in this connection I will send out a menu in mid February to those who would like to participate.
For further details and to register your interest please contact Malcolm Robinson (firstname.lastname@example.org) or telephone 01684 567359.)
Dymock Daffodil Walk. Details t.f.
We now need two people to assist with walk continuity and act as contacts when the group leader is away. Volunteers to lead walks next year are also sought.
Please contact Roger if you are willing to help : email@example.com