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 May 2022

Three rambles in May (the fourth was omitted due to the Whitby trip) where members and visitors alike were able enjoyed the very best of our local countryside.… Read More

Ramble Reports for April 2022

Spring is a wonderful time to be out in the countryside and members made the most of four excellent walks that took in the delights of this time of year.… Read More

Ramble Reports for March 2022

Lindsay took the club over to Dymock for the Midweek Ramble, Val & Peter lead members from Ashton under Hill on the Short Ramble and the club year drew to a close with the Chairman’s Ramble and AGM.… Read More

Ramble Reports for February 2022

From abandoned villages and intrepid travel writers to exploring the foothills of the Malverns members were out in force in February walking footpaths in three counties. … Read More

Ramble Reports for January 2022

The first three rambles of 2022 were well attended and benefited from a very dry January although conditions under foot were not always ideal.… Read More

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

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