Monthly Archives: October 2012

28 October 2012: Berkhamsted Common and Ashridge

It was a small select band who took the train to Berkhamsted on Sunday: Sheila, Val and Humphrey. Evelyn did a cameo at Berkhamsted station before heading off to a monastery. Much of the walk was through woods, crossing Berkhamsted … Continue reading

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21 October 2012: Mickleham Downs and Headley Heath

Rob Steel led today’s walk whose primary destination was the refreshments van on Headley Heath — and it’s not that Woody has grown, the Red Rope party is in the background of this picture, eating their pasties. Lunch over, we … Continue reading

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20 October 2012: TUC March “For a Future that Works”

A small group of London Red Ropers carried the banner on this demonstration against austerity.

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15-19 October 2012: Clapham, Yorkshire Dales

The first midweek trip organised by London Red Rope was to the Yorkshire Ramblers Club hut, Lowstern near Clapham. This is a comfortable, well-appointed hut in a lovely position with¬†views to the south, particularly beautiful in the evening light, enjoyed … Continue reading

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14 October 2012: Borough Green and Basted

Helen, with help from Woody and Dermot, led a lovely brisk autumn walk around Borough Green. … and lots of alpacas and ducks as well. Fran Walker

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7 October 2012: Sevenoaks and Knole Park

This was a short walk mostly in Knole Park, on a wonderfully sunny Sunday. No big highlights, just a nice day out. Thanks to Polly for organising it at short notice.

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5 October 2012: Liz’s Social

Fourteen of us gathered at the Masala Zone in Marshall Street in Soho. It was partly to celebrate Liz Kingston-Smith’s birthday and partly because we hadn’t had a social for ages.

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