One of our member's wrote a monthly article for a local magazine.
A selection of these articles can be found on this page.
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July's walk programme saw the Ramblers return once more to the Cotswolds for a walk just outside of the village of Cranham.
A bringt spring day drew 29 ramblers to "The Stag" at Offchurch for a memorable seven mile "C" walk.
Walking with the Ramblers is one of the most readily accessible activities and it offers a wealth of benefits.
The last few months of walking with the Ramblers could be viewed with a certain amount of déjà-vu after such an extended period of wet weather.
The mass trespass by 400 walkers on Kinder Scout in 1932 is recognised as the iconic event in the history of walking in this country.
A fine local winter walk brought out 26 members of the ramblers walking a seven mile circular loop from Boughton.
Walks do not just happen – they are planned and pre-walked weeks in advance, sometimes on more than one occasion.