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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Jun
12
Wed
June Midweek Ramble 2019
Jun 12 all-day
  • Leaders: Hazel and Paul
  • Area:  Callow End
  • Start: 10.00 am
  • Distance: am 5.2 miles 8.37km; pm 5.2 miles 8.37km
  • Terrain: Mainly fields and common land.
  • Lunch: 12.30 pm, The Blue Bell, 35 Upton Road, Callow End
  • Description:

“am – a mainly flat walk through Pixham and Clevelode, following the River Severn southwards, then back to The Blue Bell for lunch. pm – a hillier walk through the Old Hills, which is common land, partly along the Three Choirs Way. Then we return through Deblin’s Green, passing Stanbrook Abbey.”

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Jun
19
Wed
June Short Ramble 2019
Jun 19 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
  • Leaders:  Val & Mike
  • Area: Tanworth-in-Arden, Solihull
  • Start Time: 10.00 am
  • Terrain:  Mainly flat, quiet, coppice, grassy tracks, some wooden bridges, kissing gates and a couple of stiles.
  • Distance:  5.2 miles / 8.3km
  • Lunch: 1.00 pm approx. ‘The Dog’, Mappleborough Green
  • Description:

“An easy steady stroll in quiet Arden countryside and you may get to hear woodpeckers or see roe deer.”

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Jul
1
Mon
Evesham Walking Festival 2019 Walk Code EWF1
Jul 1 @ 10:00 am – 1:30 pm
  • Title: Round Evesham Walk with Battle of Evesham talk
  • Leaders: Clive & Peter
  • Area: Evesham
  • Start: 10.00 am
  • Location of the start of the walk: The Almonry, Abbey Gate, Evesham, WR11 4BQ
  • Map Grid reference: SP 036 436
  • Distance: 6.5m
  • Classification: Easy Child Friendly: No Dog Friendly: No
  • Refreshments: Raphael’s Hampton Ferry Cafe and many places in Evesham Town
  • Description:

We follow the scenic River Avon around the town, including Hampton Ferry. We will also visit Abbey Manor and the 1265 Battlefield, where a short talk on the battle will be given.
Refreshments: Raphael’s Hampton Ferry Cafe and many places in Evesham town.

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Evesham Walking Festival 2019 Walk Code EWF2
Jul 1 @ 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm
  • Title: The Lenches Butterfly Walk
  • Leaders: Paul &/Hazel
  • Area: The Lenches
  • Start: 3 pm
  • Location of the start of the walk: The Lenches Club, Ab Lench Road, Church Lench, WR11 4UQ
  • Map Grid Reference: SP 022 512
  • Distance: 5m
  • Classification: Moderate Child Friendly: No Dog Friendly: No
  • Refreshments: No
  • Description:

” From Church Lench the walk makes its way to Rous Lench via Slade Wood and returns to Church Lench via Yeald Wood. Both woods are important locations for butterflies and we hope to spot the Silver Washed Fritillary, which is one of the most attractive British butterflies. Rous Lench is a particularly picturesque village with a thatched Victorian postbox. The walk also passes through a very interesting local cider production facility.”

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Jul
2
Tue
Evesham Walking Festival 2019 Walk Code EWF3
Jul 2 @ 10:00 am – 12:30 pm
  • Title: Jubilee Walk, Fladbury
  • Leaders : Mike & John
  • Area: Fladbury
  • Start: 10 am
  • Location of the start of the walk: The War Memorial, The Green, Fladbury, WR10 2 PY in front of the Anchor Inn
  • Map Grid Reference: SP 996 462
  • Distance: 5m
  • Classification: Easy Child Friendly: Yes. Children accompanied by adults welcomed. Dog Friendly: No
  • Refreshments: : The public houses in Fladbury are The Chequers and The Anchor Inn. Also nearby is the Gardener’s Arms at Charlton.
  • Description:

“We walk to admire Cropthorne and Fladbury Mills, where a brief talk will be given. The walk leads us past grand riverside houses across the Avon at Cropthorne. We meander across agricultural land to Spring Hill Farm (with a brief talk), and through to Lower Moor, before returning by Porters footpath.”

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Evesham Walking Festival 2019 Walk Code EWF4
Jul 2 @ 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm

 

  • Title: 3 C’s – Clark’s Hill, Cropthorne and Charlton
  • Leaders: Geoff & Rachel
  • Area: Hampton/Charlton/Cropthorne
  • Start: 3.00 pm
  • Location of the start of the walk: Hampton Ferry, Boat Lane, Evesham, WR11 4BP. Parking available, Fee £2 ( reimbursed if food or drink purchased at the cafe)
  • Map Grid Reference: SP 030 436
  • Distance: 5.7m
  • Classification: Easy (8 stiles) Child Friendly: No Dog Friendly: No
  • Refreshments: : At the end of the walk at Raphael’s Hampton Ferry Cafe
  • Description:

” Diana Raphael will give a short talk about the history of Hampton Ferry before the walk starts.
Crossing the Avon on the ferry (cost 50p p.p. each way), we climb up Clark’s Hill with fine views across Evesham. Following Shakespeare’s Avon Way we can spot Evesham Battlefield, Abbey Manor and Leicester Tower before arriving in Charlton and Cropthorne, with their fine churches and buildings. We return to the ferry via footpaths and tracks which take us along the edge of Eove’s Wood nature reserve.”

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