Monthly Archives: May 2011

Walk with a difference!

On Saturday 14th May, the new Hindhead Tunnel was open for pedestrians to walk through, provided you had been lucky enough to get a ticket!  But that is another story. Katie and Steve were among the lucky ones: Advertisements

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Summer Evening Walks have started

When setting the date for a bluebell walk in advance it is always difficult to know when exactly they are going to be at their best and this year was no exception.    As in previous years, Berta took us … Continue reading

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Up to Blackdown

Yesterday, half a dozen club members enjoyed a great walk on Blackdown. This is the highest hill in Sussex and, having just managed to get itself tucked inside the borders of the South Downs National Park, the highest point in … Continue reading

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Coffee at Meon Springs

The sun was out, the blue bells were in flower and the butterflies were all around – a perfect day for a walk.  Eleven members and two dogs set out from East Meon for a 10 mile walk.  However, before … Continue reading

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