Monthly Archives: September 2010

Walking on the Isle of Wight

On Sunday 18th September, Bob lead a lovely walk on the Isle of Wight.  Just five of us altogether.  We took the train to Shanklin and then walked to Newchurch at one stage going through ‘Brett’s Meadow’.   We had our mid … Continue reading

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Conquering Old Winchester Hill

August Bank Holiday and Liphook Ramblers’ members from East Meon, Headley, Passfield as well as Liphook conquered ‘Old Winchester Hill’.  Buzzards were flying overhead and even one or two Chalkhill Blue butterflies were still about in sheltered spots.   Starting from … Continue reading

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Lipchis Way – 25th Anniversary of the inaugural walk

The Lipchis Way, a long distance path from Liphook Station to Chichester, had its inauguration in May 1985.  Devised by David and Margaret Clark, who were founding members of the Liphook & District Ramblers, the walk has been on their … Continue reading

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