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10th June 2018: Box Hill and West Humble circular

There were six of us, Nicola, Hugh, Damien, Elena, Corinne and Nigel. We started out from Box Hill and Westhumble train station and went west on the North Downs Way to Ranmore Common.  Views were stunning.  Then on to Wotton, … Continue reading

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Sunday 6 May 2018: Welwyn Garden City Circular Walk

On a bright day we walked through Welwyn Garden City’s Janet-and-John western suburb and on through Sherrardspark Woods. Then over the A1(M) and into the manicured parkland of the golf course around Brocket Hall, the mansion sold to cover Lord … Continue reading

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22nd April 2018: Otford Bluebell Walk

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26th March 2018: Play “Black Men Walking”

Several members were interested in seeing this play at the Royal Court Theatre but the only tickets available were for Monday night and necessitated going online at 9am that day, so only 2 of us made it. We found it … Continue reading

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25th March 2018: Chalfont and Latimer to Chorleywood

Chalfont and Latimer to Chorleywood. Fifteen Redropers emerged from London for this spring country walk. Fresh air and quiet woods and hills but an enormous amount of mud. Horses and lamas in the fields, cows still inside and no watercress … Continue reading

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18th March 2018: East Dagenham’s country parks

A cheerful small group turned out to walk across two linked country parks along the eastern fringe of Dagenham. Just two miles north of the historic Ford Motor Works on the Thames, these fields offer long vistas (when looking in … Continue reading

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25th February 2018: Thames Path, Barnes to Richmond

On a very cold but beautifully sunny day, starting from Barnes Station we crossed over Barnes Common to Barnes village pond then down to the river lined by Georgian and Regency houses . Then along the river to lunch in … Continue reading

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