Monthly Archives: September 2020

Shropshire Way sculpture

I joined a small group to celebrate the unveiling of the splendid sculpture at the start and end of the Shropshire Way. Continue reading

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A unique festival

40 years ago was the start of the Devon American Fortnight festival of which I was the administrator. Continue reading

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MP joins Maidenhead millennium walk

I joined the twentieth anniversary event for the Maidenhead millennium walk, devised by Maidenhead Civic Society and East Berkshire Ramblers. Continue reading

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Never more needed!

The Ramblers has never been more needed than now. Continue reading

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Chiltern or autumn?

The Chiltern gentians are prolific this year on Cobstone Hill. Continue reading

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Fifty years a friend

Fifty years ago today I first met my friend Marion Saunders. Continue reading

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Two fingers from Tetsworth

The paths of Tetsworth in Oxfordshire continue to be in poor condition. I am on the case. Continue reading

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Don’t let the bedbugs bite

Every year I aim to do at least two walks with my university friends Mary Alexander and Drusilla Belfield, but in this strange year our first walk was at the end of August. ¬†We met at Kingsclere, north Hampshire, on … Continue reading

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