Monthly Archives: September 2022

Getting outside with Dadima

I joined Dadima’s walk at Ashridge in the Chilterns and, as always, learnt much in great company. Continue reading

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Chilterns Weekend Walkers’ festival

I joined the Ramblers’ Chilterns Weekend Walkers’ festival for a walk from Penn Street to Little Missenden. Continue reading

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Carpe diem

I was interviewed by the Clapham Film Unit, high on the Chilterns, when everything was peaceful and quiet. Continue reading

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The Ministry for Bad Grammar

Thérèse Coffey presumably rejects the Oxford comma because Oxford rejected her. Continue reading

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Golden gate

This year the Telford and East Shropshire Ramblers’ group celebrates its golden anniversary. It was one of seven groups formed in 1972 by the late John Newnham, in his role as field officer for the Ramblers. The group is stronger … Continue reading

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Henley and Goring Ramblers celebrate

I joined the celebrations for the 25th anniversary of the excellent Henley & Goring Ramblers’ group. Continue reading

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