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Our activities > Walking > Sunday walks

Our next Sunday walk will be Ledbury to Oyster Hill on Sunday 22nd October, 09:00 AM. Meeting place: Colmore Row, Birmingham. Fare: Coach fare £10.

Leaders: (A) Brenda Cameron, (B) Carol Warren, (C) Bob Pedlingham. Maps: Explorer 190, 204.

Our Sunday rambles begin from Colmore Row (opposite Newhall Street) in Birmingham City Centre, where we board our chartered coach to take us to the actual starting point of the walk.


All of our walks are listed on the current programme page.

There is a charge (currently £10) for the journey out and back, payable on the coach, for both members and non-members alike.

The departure time is usually 9am (though this may vary), and people are usually gathering at the coach stop from 8am onwards. We are usually back in Birmingham by early evening. Please consult the published programme for actual departure times.

In the event of an over-spill, members' cars can sometimes be used in addition to the coach, although since this can only be arranged on the day, latecomers may have to be left behind in such circumstances, so please arrive in good time. Seats on the coach cannot be pre-booked except on special occasions.

Suitable clothing and foot-wear are essential. Please do not get on the coach with muddy boots (especially on the return journey) - remove or cover them before boarding.

Members and guests should bring food and drink for the whole day and a change of foot-wear for the return coach journey. Lunch-time pub-stops are usual, but not guaranteed.

Walks are roughly graded A,B or C as follows:

Each Sunday ramble usually contains the option of an "A" walk or a "B" walk, although not always a "C" walk. Again see the published programme for particulars.

If you would like to join one of our Sunday walks then contact us using the enquiry page.


This page was up to date on 01/04/2017.