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

Programme

For a complete and printable version of  the Evesham Rambling Club rambles programme click on the DOWNLOAD link below.

Calendar

Alternatively you can browse the calendar below.  You can also filter the sort of rambles you are interested in.  Rambles are updated as details become available.

Dec
9
Wed
December Midweek Ramble 2020
Dec 9 all-day
  • Leaders: Hazel & Paul
  • Area: Ombersley
  • Start: 10.00 am
  • Distance: am 5.4 miles/8.6 km; pm 5.2 miles/8.3 km
  • Terrain: Undulating terrain, not too steep. Could be muddy, but mainly on lanes and tracks.
  • Lunch: Approximately 1.00 pm, by the cars. Please bring your own picnic lunch. Checketts Deli and Coffee Shop nearby, if needed.
  • Maximum Bookings: 18
  • Description:

“In the morning, the walk goes through Ombersley Park, towards Holt Fleet, before returning through Boreley and Uphampton. After lunch, we go north to Northampton and Hillhampton, through market gardens and by fine houses.”

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Dec
16
Wed
December Short Ramble 2020
Dec 16 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
  • Leaders: Alan & Pauline
  • Area: Pebworth / Honeybourne
  • Start Time: 10.00 am
  • Terrain: An undulating walk along tracks and across grassy fields, with a couple of arable fields. There are quite a few stiles.
  • Distance: 5.5 miles / 8.9 km
  • Lunch: No lunch arrangements.
  • Maximum Bookings: 15
  • Description:

“An easy walk with far-reaching views to the Cotswolds and across the Vale of Evesham to Bredon Hill, the Malverns and beyond.”

 

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Dec
20
Sun
December Sunday Ramble 2020
Dec 20 all-day
  • Leaders: Carl and Alan
  • Area: The Wyre Forest / Bewdley
  • Start: 9.00 am
  • Distance: am 6.7 miles/10.7 km; pm 4.9 miles/7.8 km
  • Terrain: Undulating and well maintained paths AM. Field and forest paths PM. May be muddy if wet.
  • Lunch: Approximately 12.30 pm, Wyre Forest Visitor Centre. Bring your own picnic lunch. There are toilet facilities at the Visitor Centre.
  • Maximum Bookings: 15
  • Description:

“An exploration of the Wyre Forest around the historic port of Bewdley, taking in parts of the North Worcestershire Path along the River Severn and the Geopark Way along Dowles Brook. We pass the remains of a railway bridge and old water mills before returning via Ribbesford and the Church of St Leonard with its atmospheric churchyard.”

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