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Merry Xmas

Merry Xmas and Happy New Year    ...  Navigation and walk-leading training courses are now available again    ...  Don't forget our 2015 Easter Break    ...  Are you joining us on our 2015 Lakes Weekend    ...  Read about the 2014 AGM and Rambler of the Year Award    ...  Your final chance to help formulate the Ramblers' vision for the next ten years    ...  Try the on-line Ordnance Survey Mapping facility.    ...  

We wish all our members and friends a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Once again thanks to all of you for your loyal support throughout the past twelve months.

Our regular walk programme resumes on Wednesday 7th January 2015 with our mid-week walk to Bittell Reservoir and the Lickey Hills. Please see the programme page for full details. We look forward to your continued support in 2015.



Training courses

Navigation and walk-leading training courses are now available again, run by Derek Jones.

These begin on January 12th 2015 and the cost of the Bronze Award (Level 1) will be paid by the group for any member who subsequently leads at least one walk for us.


2015 Easter Break

Our 2015 Easter Break at Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk can now be booked. The dates are Friday 3rd to Tuesday 7th April.

Andy Bates is organising for us once again.


2015 Lakes Weekend

Bookings are now being taken for our 2015 Lakes Weekend at HF Monk Coniston. The dates are Friday 16th to Monday 19th October.

Sandra Sutton is organising this for us once again.


2014 AGM

This year's Annual General Meeting was held at the "Hagley Road Village", on Friday 14thNovember 2014.

Read the report including the Rambler of the Year Award here.


The next ten years for the Ramblers

Read and give feedback on the Ramblers' proposals for the next ten years.


On-line Ordnance Survey Mapping

Our new on-line Ordnance Survey Mapping feature covers the whole of Great Britain at a variety of map scales. It is searchable, scrollable and zoomable and also has a facility to show the approximate area where we will be walking each week


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This page was up to date on 14/12/2014. Elements of the page are also updated from a live data source.