Monthly Archives: December 2014

28th December 2014: King’s Cross to the Olympic Park

Five of us (including a couple of friends) met behind King’s Cross Station on a cold, sunny day, avoiding the crowds of people looking for scarce trains, and headed along King’s Boulevard to Granary Square. Here we joined the tow … Continue reading

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21st December 2014: From Brighton to Hove, then back for mince pies

This was probably not the longest day walk in the history of London Red Rope … A large party from London was met at Brighton station by Sussex Red Rope, a.k.a. Angela Devas and Chris Smith, making a party of … Continue reading

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14th December 2014: Richmond, Richmond Park and Petersham

The first of the 2014 “mince pies” walks was a short-ish circular walk led by Sarah  through Richmond Park. We had lunch by Pen Ponds and admired the carefully preserved view of St Pauls through a gap in the trees … Continue reading

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7th December 2014: Shoreham to Otford and back, via Pluto and Uranus

Rob Steele led this walk through the Darenth valley and the surrunding North Downs. It was a grey day with occasional rain, and muddy underfoot. However, avoidingn the direct path from Shoreham station meant we got to visit the outer … Continue reading

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30th November 2014: Chessington Circular

Jonathan’s walk was a 5-mile circuit starting and finishing at Chessington South station. It  passed through two nature reserves, and skirted the well-known zoo.

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23rd November 2014: Cockfosters to Turkey Street

Jean led this walk along nine miles of the London Loop, starting from the Piccadilly Line terminus. The route led through Trent Park, farmland and past lakes.

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