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


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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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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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