Each month we ask the leaders to write brief reports on their rambles.  In addition, when the club travels further afield, it is customary for one of the party to record the events, along with a few images.  We hope you find these “Away Days” reports interest.  Further photographs taken by members can be found on our Gallery page.

This page contains summaries of the six latest reports but you can view summaries of older reports by following the link at the bottom of this page or searching for a particular date or location, e.g. June Ramble.

Ramble Reports for December 2021

Mist, mistletoe and a dinosaur feature in the December Ramble reports. Club members took time off from their Christmas preparations to venture out and enjoy the three walks which offered a variety of landscapes and views (or not!)… Read More

Ramble Reports for November 2021

The weather throughout November was relatively benign and rambles were fortunate to enjoy a great deal of dry, often sunny weather. Going underfoot remained reasonable and these elements combined to provide excellent walking for club members.… Read More

Ramble Reports for October 2021

A Golden October and not only for the autumn colours. Gold medals too for those people who stepped in at short notice to help lead two of this month’s walks. Members dodged the rain to enjoy a trio of great rambles.… Read More

Ramble Reports for September 2021

From Ghandi to early street lighting, from landscapes that inspired Jane Austen to iron age forts and from 12th century churches to Napton Doggers, September provided Club members with three rambles that all had an historic slant to them.… Read More

Ramble Reports for August 2021

August proved to be an good month for walking. Members and guests enjoyed four excellent rambles in a variety of landscapes as well being able to once again gather afterwards in local hostalries. … Read More

Ramble Reports for July 2021

July has been a busy month of walking for many members, starting with the festival and ending with the twin Sunday Rambles on Bredon dedicated to the memory of Peter Lee-Smith.… Read More

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