Tag Archives: Nottinghamshire

Small stature, big heart

David Hunt, whom I knew through the Ramblers, died in July aged only 77.  Despite his illness he was active to the end.  In August I went to his funeral at Lambley in Nottinghamshire and met his three sons, Wes, … Continue reading

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Prelude in Moor Pond Woods

My fourth Ramblers’ AGM of the season was Nottinghamshire Area‘s, held in Papplewick, north of Nottingham.  It was during a cold spell and I could not safely get there in time for the morning walk, but I arrived early at … Continue reading

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The Sherwood Wayfinder Campaign

Last October I was pleased to visit Sherwood Forest clothed in its glorious autumn colours, and to hear about the brilliant campaign which Nottinghamshire Ramblers is running to reclaim the lost and secret paths in the area—the Sherwood Wayfinder Campaign. … Continue reading

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