Monthly Archives: September 2021

Hilltops walk

In August I walked another stretch of the Cotswold Way with Marika, taking in Cam Long Down and Stinchcombe Hill. Continue reading

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Cotswold Way at 50+

The 50th anniversary of the Cotswold Way was a glorious occasion. Continue reading

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Stepping-stones anniversary

On 11 September 1946, prime minister Clem Attlee reopened the stepping-stones over the River Mole. The Radical Ramblers celebrated the 75th anniversary. Continue reading

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First night away

I spent my first night away from home for 18 months in a really interesting spot. Continue reading

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Will yo’ come o’ Sunday mornin?

On Sunday 5 September I joined the 125th anniversary demo of the Winter Hill mass trespass. Continue reading

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Stourside amble

A rare (for me) walk in Essex which was full of interest. Continue reading

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