Monthly Archives: January 2015

23rd January 2015: Tate Modern

A small group of 4 met to eat at Leon before visiting Tate Modern for the Friday night late opening.The food was tasty and very reasonably priced and the restaurant uncrowded and not noisy, so a good choice for Friday … Continue reading

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18th January 2015: Biggin Hill to Hayes

There was a very gloomy start to the day, which is probably why there were just four of us in the train from Victoria to Bromley, where we were joined by Rosie who is interested in joining. We took one … Continue reading

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11th January 2015: The Thames Path from Charlton to Rotherhithe

We gathered at Charlton station, and Dermot led us down from there to join the Thames Path at the Thames Barrier. The first part of the walk led us round the Greenwich peninsular, with a close-up view of the former … Continue reading

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4th January 2015: Amersham Circular

Polly and I walked 8 miles through the mists and the mud from Amersham to Chalfont St Giles and back. When we got to Chalfont St Giles we went eagerly to the Feathers pub- but it was completely empty. Like … Continue reading

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29th December 2014 to 3rd January 2015: London New Year trip to Low Row Bunkhouse, Swaledale

This year’s London New Year trip to the Yorkshire Dales had Red Ropers from Devon, Wiltshire, London, Essex, Herts, Nottingham, Sheffield and Newcastle, thirteen in all, coming by car, train and bus. On arrival the bunk house was below freezing … Continue reading

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