Author Archives: Caroline

Update and Happy New Year from Jean & Brian Lazenby

We are pretty settled. Still making alterations to the house. We have done some walks around here but not joined a group. We are pretty busy and importantly Jean is happy near the family. Hope all in the Walking Group … Continue reading

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‘Around the Houses’ on New Years Day

Janet & Glenys joined me on 1st January 2014 for the ‘Round the houses’ walk. We splashed & dripped our way around the Village. The weather was persistent precipitation, extremely persistent!!! We three intrepid souls paddled through puddles, splashed along streams, shot … Continue reading

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Linchmere Common

Parking may have been at a premium at the Iron Hill car park near Liphook, but several Liphook walkers managed to find space to park cars, many of which had taken several people to the start.  Thirteen ramblers turned up … Continue reading

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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:

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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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Snowdrop Wood

It is always lovely to see the snowdrops in February – a harbinger of Spring.  How beautiful they look after the cold, dark and often damp days of January, and none more so in February when Mick Stenning led a … Continue reading

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Devils Punchbowl in all its Autumn Glory

The sun was shining although the forecast was for a cold but dry day so everyone was well wrapped up against the elements. 7 walkers from Liphook Ramblers were at the start at Grayshott to walk the 12 miles. The … Continue reading

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Stansted Forest

Over 30 people turned out to hear Mike Prior, Head Forester of Stansted Estate, tells us about the work they are doing on the Estate.  He talked about chestnut coppicing, and showed three different areas which had been coppiced this year, … Continue reading

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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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