Monthly Archives: October 2016

Piddington path-check: day 2

Day 2 of checking the paths in Piddington and Wheeler End parish for the Ramblers Continue reading

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Ironstone country

A walk in the ironstone country around Great Tew, Oxfordshire Continue reading

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Trouble at the mill

Henry Pelly, the new owner of Luccombe Mill, Bratton, Wilts, has blocked a long-used public path, the Watercress Walk. Continue reading

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Lincolnshire Wolds, a well-kept secret

The Lincolnshire Wolds are unsung, but I had a splendid walk there during the Walkers Are Welcome Towns annual get-together Continue reading

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Heroic Hazel

My friend, Hazel Perham from Cornwall, has received a Ramblers’ certificate for her outstanding contribution to walking Continue reading

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Walkers Are Welcome: never more relevant

Walkers Are Welcome Towns have never been more relevant. Continue reading

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Like the Forth Bridge

The Dartmoor Preservation Association conservation volunteers spent a day at Common Wood bashing vegetation for butterflies. Continue reading

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In the footsteps of Midland Ramblers

Ramblers’ volunteers met at the historic Birmingham and Midland Institute to discuss recording public paths Continue reading

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Flag at half mast for ‘Mr Moreton’

The flag on Moretonhampstead church was at half mast in honour of Ian Mercer, whose funeral was on 3 October. Continue reading

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Herts Ramblers’ get-together

The Hertfordshire and North Middlesex Area of the Ramblers organised an Area Day on Saturday 24 September.  This was the brainwave of their former chairman, David Smith, who wanted to bring all the groups in the Area together, for walks and … Continue reading

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