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


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


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September Sunday Ramble 2019
Sep 29 all-day
  • Leaders: Mike, Roy and Val
  • Area: Wolverhampton Circle
  • Start: 9.30 am
  • Distance: 8 miles (12.8 km) and 5 miles (8 km)
  • Terrain: Flat, 3 stiles, canal towpaths, woodland, arable pasture, pavements, lanes.
  • Lunch: 13.00, NT Old Moseley Hall (NT ticket needed for access) or picnic outside NT site, NT – soup, sandwich, cakes etc
  • Description:

“This “Urban” walk starts on the Birmingham mainline canal with the impressive flight of the Wolverhampton 21, Wednesfield, via Wyrley & Essington Canal (known as Curly Wyrley), joining the Monarch’s Way visiting NT Old Moseley Hall where Charles II took refuge in 1651. Some of route is on cycle route 81 encountered last year at Dudley.”

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October Midweek Ramble 2019
Oct 9 all-day
  • Leaders: Mike and Roy
  • Area: Birtsmorton and Berrow
  • Start: 10.00 am
  • Distance: am 4.5 miles / 7.2 km; pm 4.5 miles / 7.2 km
  • Terrain: Mainly flat with some lower hill walking.
  • Lunch: 12.30 pm, Duke of York, Berrow.
  • Description:

“A figure of eight walk along the lower slopes of the Malvern Hills and around Birtsmorton Court and Berrow.”

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October Short Ramble 2019
Oct 16 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
  • Leaders: Peter Farrall and Val Wood
  • Area: Beckford Hill
  • Start Time: 10.00am
  • Terrain: Footpaths, tracks, some road, some steep, some mud.
  • Distance: 4.8 miles / 7.7 km
  • Lunch: 12.45 pm approx. Courtyard Cafe, Beckford Silk Ltd. 
  • Description:

“A walk on the hill above Beckford, taking in Grafton and Conderton. Pleasant views.”

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