Cambridge Walk

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Dear Members   I hope you are all keeping well. The vaccination programme is coming on leaps and bounds and I assume you have all had your first jab.    Please see the link below of a short walk around … Continued

Ashdon Walk

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Our last walk for 2020 and we had brilliant sunshine but also, of course, lots of mud !!!  12 members attended and Hywel was the leader.  Our coffee stop was a very interesting place where old tractors, farm machinery were … Continued

Hildersham walk

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16 members attended the last Wednesday walk of 2020.  The images of Linton / Hildersham were transformed in to a landscape similar to the Peak District – see the Gallery page.  This was due to the vast amounts of water … Continued

Waresley walk

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Our leaders today were Gill and John – so a big thank you for keeping 19 of us on the straight and narrow. The walk took us past 3 churches, through 2 villages as well as autumnal woodland. We walked … Continued

Mud glorious mud!

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Our first Wednesday walk visited Meldreth, Shepreth and Barrington.   17 members enjoyed Peter’s assault on the Riverside walk.   Some pictures are available on the website Gallery.  Our next Wednesday walk will be at Croydon, Cambs., on 11th November. … Continued

Odsey Walk

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I wish to thank Ian and Gill for leading our walk today. Ian gave us a very interesting talk about the working quarry and associated chalk mill. Please see the photos on the Gallery Page. Stella

Great Eversden Walk

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I wish to thank Cynan and Tricia for leading the walk today.  The walk took us to Eversden Wood via Toft along tracks unfamiliar to most members.  We encountered trial bikers enjoying a circuit near the Wood (see photos in … Continued

Castle Hedingham walk

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Today 11 of us ventured into the county of Essex.  Thanks to our leaders, Eddie and Pauline.  The walk crossed the Colne Valley heritage railway leading in to the interesting village of Castle Hedingham. We crossed the undulating meadows and … Continued