Evesham Rambling Club has a programme of rambles throughout the year.  For more information about our rambles go to the Rambles page.

Programme

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Calendar

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Jan
26
Sun
January Sunday Ramble 2020
Jan 26 all-day
  • Leaders: Paul and Hazel Jennings
  • Area: Worcester
  • Start: 9.30 am
  • Distance: am 6.5 miles 10.46 km: pm 4.5 miles 7.2 km
  • Terrain: Mainly tow paths, tracks and lanes
  • Lunch: 12.30, The New Inn, Worcester
  • Description:

“Walk north along the River Severn to Claines. Coffee and toilets available at The Pump House café at about 10.30. Return on the Worcester and Birmingham canal. Bus option back after lunch if required.”

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Feb
12
Wed
February Midweek Ramble 2020
Feb 12 all-day
  • Leaders: Chris Francis and Alan Saunders
  • Area: Bidford-on-Avon
  • Start: 10.00 am
  • Distance: am 5.8 miles / 9.4 km; pm 4.8 miles / 7.7 km
  • Terrain: Riverside, pasture and arable land; a short road section. Only a few stiles and gates. Could be very muddy. No significant climbs.
  • Lunch: 12.30 pm, The Cottage of Content, 15 Welford Road, Barton, book by 10 February, please
  • Description:

“In the morning we will follow the course of the River Avon from Bidford-on-Avon, following Shakespeare’s Avon Way towards Cleeve Prior and back to Barton. After a well-deserved lunch we will head south towards Bickmarsh and east towards Dorsington. We will eventually pick up the Heart of England Way; onwards to ‘The Cottage of Content’.”

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Feb
19
Wed
February Short Ramble 2020
Feb 19 @ 10:00 am – 1:30 pm
  • Leader: Clive Bostle
  • Area: Tewkesbury
  • Start Time: 10.00am
  • Terrain: Generally easy walking over pasture (no arable) but may need to adjust or deviate if recent flooding
  • Distance: 5m./ 8km.
  • Lunch: 1.30pm, various options, e.g. The Bell, Church Street, opp. The Abbey 
  • Description: 

Level riverside walk through the town and upstream to Twyning (pub stop for coffee if desired), then returning on field paths via Church End.”

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Feb
23
Sun
February Sunday Ramble 2020
Feb 23 all-day
  • Leaders: Alan & Pauline Saunders
  • Area: Ullenhall
  • Start: 9.00 am
  • Distance: am 7 miles / 11.3 km; pm 4.5 miles / 7.2 km
  • Terrain: Mainly grassy fields, quiet lanes and woodland. In the morning, there is one gentle slope and the same in the afternoon. There are some muddy areas and gateways where sticks would be useful.
  • Lunch: 1.00 pm, The Winged Spur, Ullenhall, Deadline Thursday 20th February, please.
  • Description:

“A scenic figure of eight walk in the Warwickshire countryside, taking in Morton Bagot, Bannam’s Wood, Blunt’s Green and Danzey Green. The route follows parts of The Arden Way, the Heart of England Way and the Millennium Way.”

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Mar
11
Wed
March Midweek Ramble 2020
Mar 11 all-day
  • Leaders: John Kitson and Alan Saunders
  • Area: Kempley and Dymock
  • Start: 10.00 am
  • Distance: am 5.1 miles / 8.2 km; pm 5.3 miles / 8.5 km
  • Terrain: Gently undulating through arable fields, pasture and woodland. Short road sections, half a dozen stiles. There will be mud.
  • Lunch: 12.30 pm, The Beauchamp Arms in Dymock, book by Monday 9 March, please.
  • Description:

“A circular walk following the Daffodil Way in North West Gloucestershire, close to the border with Herefordshire. We pass through the villages of Kempley and Dymock, both having fascinating churches – St Mary’s containing the Dymock Poets Exhibition, St Mary’s Kempley (English Heritage) with its 12th Century frescoes and St Edward’s, Kempley – cathedral of the Arts and Crafts Movement.”

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