May Hill and Back - 27/01/2019 9.00am
Circular walk from Newent to Acorn Wood, Clifford’s Mesne, May Hill along the Geopark Way, back to Newent via Glasshouse and Brook Farm. Picnic lunch.
Advance notice - 01/02/2019 7.30pm
Talk by Ken Whittaker – The Falklands – 1st February 2019 at Tewkesbury library at 7.30pm. Followed by refreshments
Cotswold Woods and Hills - 03/02/2019 9-00
Through Guiting wood to Deadmanbury Gate, up Campden Lane through Pinnock Wood to Ford. Back through Temple Guiting and Castlett Wood. Picnic lunch.
Winter Warmer - 06/02/2019 9-45
Up Bredon Hill to the Belt, over to Shaldon Farm and down to Conderton for a pub lunch at the Yew Tree Inn. Short walk back after lunch via Overbury and Kemerton. Please ring leaders at least 2 days before to book meal. Meet leaders at start. Limited parking at side of lane above Westmancote so please share cars.
Bredon Hill and Vale - 10/02/2019 9-00
A circular walk from Beckford, only one hill rising up to Shalden Farm, then returning through Overbury and Kemerton back to Beckford. Distance dependent on any flooding on the day. Picnic lunch.
Not The Bleak Midwinter - 13/02/2019 9-30
Some climbing on the lower half of Bredon Hill above and below Beckford Coppice to Beckford Nature Reserve. Time to observe wildlife before heading back to the Yew Tree inn. Pub lunch.
Abbots Morton and some Lenches - 17/02/2019 9-00
Walk from Abbots Morton through Rous, Church and Atch Lenches and return. Pretty villages and many good long distance views on clear days. Mostly moderate walking with stiles, sometimes on quiet roads. Picnic lunch.
Another circular walk from Upton upon Severn - 24/02/2019 9-00
At the moment it could go anywhere !! (Ring Lesley if you require details) Picnic lunch. Meet leader at start.
Birmingham Walk and Concert - 28/02/2019 ring for details
Minibus transport from Morrisons. Canal walk before concert. See newsletter for details.
A Birthday walk on Bredon Hill - 03/03/2019 9-00
A circular walk from Bredon to Bredon Hill, may not be to the top, the exact route will depend on the weather and where the leader has decided to go. Then back to the leader’s house for tea or coffee and cake. Picnic lunch.
Hinchwick Valley - 06/03/2019 9-30
A walk through some of the remotest and beautiful Cotswold Countryside. Through woods in the Hinchwick valley crossing to adjoining valley and back to Hinchwick Hamlet. Picnic lunch with possible pub stop at end of walk. Meet leaders at start.
The Return of The Hare and The Tortoise - 10/03/2019 9-00
Another chance to see The Hare and The Tortoise ( and The Grasshopper). A circular walk via Ford, Pinnock Farm, Guiting Wood and Campden Lane. Picnic lunch.
Big Metal Country - 17/03/2019 9-00
Walk St. Paul’s Epistle, Glos. Way. Frog Mill. Withington, Whithington Woods, Shill Hill, St. Paul’s Epistle. Picnic lunch. Meet leader at the start.
A walk around Maisemore village - 20/03/2019 9-30
From the pub circumnavigate the village in a clockwise direction. Pub lunch. Meet leader at the start.
8.5 or 6 miles
Poets and Daffodils - 24/03/2019 9-30
Starting at Dymock Church we see the first daffodil meadow ‘Veil Mill on Poets Path, then on to Ryton, Cutmill and Ketford passing Callow Farm conservation area and Ketford Nature Reserve. Mostly easy walking. Possible tea and cakes in church after. Picnic lunch.
Welsh coast path - 31/03/2019
Llanelli to Carmarthen. This holiday is fully booked
Bourton-on-the-Water and other Cotswold villages - 07/04/2019 9-00
Rolling countryside and woodlands in the valleys of the rivers Eye and Windrush. Circular walk from Bourton through the Slaughters and Naunton. Picnic lunch, possible tea at end
A horse jumpwalk - 10/04/2019 9-30
From the St Paul’s Epistle car park we descend through Upper Dowdeswell to Andoversford. Then via Lower Dowdeswell and then passing an iron age settlement. Possible pub lunch. Meet leader at the start.
A Walk In Spring - 14/04/2019 9-00
Cold Aston, Aston Farm, Lower Harfora, Roundhill Farm, Aylworth Valley, Folly Farm and back to Cold Aston. Easy going. Picnic lunch. Meet leader at start.
Sugar Loaf Hill - 17/04/2019 8-45
0945 Train from Gt Malvern station to Colwall, walking back via the school railway and Mathon Park, up to the Sugar Loaf, contouring the Northern Hills, St Ann’s Well (tea). Picnic lunch.
Cotswold Views - 21/04/2019 9-00
A strenuous hilly walk through Miserden , Wishanger and Caudle Green . Picnic lunch
Colin’s Autumn In Spring - 28/04/2019 9-00
This is a tribute walk for Colin in the beautiful Wyre Forest. Two steady climbs, but otherwise easy going with potential for mud. Via Ribbesford, Worcestershire Way, Park End, Wyre Forest, Ruskinland, Knowles Mill, River Severn and Bewdley for afternoon tea stop. Picnic lunch.
Spring Time On The Hill - 01/05/2019 9-00
A walk up Bredon Hill above Kersoe and Elmley Castle, returning on the Wychavon Way. Pub lunch at the Star Inn. Meet leaders at start.
10.5 or 7.5 miles
Walking the Wessex White Horses No 6. Hackpen Circular Walk - 05/05/2019 9-00
Minibus leaves Morrisons at 0900 Long walk in a clockwise direction, along The Ridgeway, The Gallops to Rockley, continuing towards Flyfield Down, picking up the White Horse Trail to Hackpen, then back to car park. Shorter walk as above, but turning west before Rockley, to Rockley Down and Hackpen, then back to the car park. Picnic lunch for both walks. After walk a Meal in restaurant at The Bayberry, Swindon.
Boats and Birds Galore - 08/05/2019 9-00
Walk along Sharpness Canal from Splatt Bridge to Saul Junction. Coffee stop at very nice cafe or bring your own. Cross canal to Saul Church onto Thames and Severn Way along river and across fields to Frampton Park beside large lake and through sailing club back to Frampton. Very easy going – totally flat walk. Picnic lunch. Start of walk – southern end of Frampton on Severn.
Monumental Walk - 12/05/2019 9-00
Walk through Hermitage Woods to Breakheart Quarry and Waterley Bottom. Back along the Cotswold Way to Tyndale Monument. Picnic lunch. Meet leader at start.
A Wander Around Cradley and Mathon - 19/05/2019 9-00
One steady climb otherwise easy going over pastoral land. Picnic lunch. Meet leaders at start.
Betjeman And Sezincote - 22/05/2019 9-15
First half flat.Second half fairly hilly. Moreton, Sezincote, Bourton On The Hill, Batsford. (With a reading from John Betjeman’s First Visit To Sezincote.) Picnic lunch. Tea at arboretum cafe.
Woods And Views From Trellech - 26/05/2019 9-00
Leisurely walk passing standing stones, through woods and up to hilltop viewpoint. Picnic lunch.