Monthly Archives: April 2014

Easter Sunday 20th April 2014: Tring

Jean, Noirin and Claire had a quiet green walk along the Grand Union Canal at Tring to the Bluebell Cafe which was amazingly uncrowded for Easter Day. Then we worked out a slightly different route from the one planned and … Continue reading

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27 April 2014: Hildenborough to Tonbridge

At London Bridge station we were immediately faced with two challenges: Don was too ill to lead the walk, and our train to Hildenborough was cancelled. Jonathan and I quickly picked out a new route on the map, and we … Continue reading

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13th April 2014: Otford

Pam writes: last Sunday 15 of us walked in all day sunshine through the bluebell woods at Otford. Jonathan forgot his shorts but rolled up his trousers most elegantly, Pam eschewed big boots in favour of walking sandals, the pub … Continue reading

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6th April 2014: Clandon

Jonathan led a 7 mile circular walk passing Newlands Corner country park halfway. Clandon Park is a national trust mansion about a mile short of the station. The accessible grounds contain a nineteenth century Maori meeting house with elaborate coloured … Continue reading

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30th March 2014: Chalfont and Latimer to Chorleywood

Jean led 6 of us on a lovely walk along the Chess valley on a warm spring day. We passed through Latimer village, where on the pretty village green stands the memorial to Villebois, a horse which saved Lord Chesham … Continue reading

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