Hammersmith, Fulham and Wandsworth Ramblers

Walking in London and South East England

Walks Programme as table

 

DateStartTitleDistanceGradeContact
Thursday, 19th July
10:40am at Start and finish at Great Missenden station
SP892013 / HP16 9AY
Joint with Southbank groupModerate to brisk pace, several hills with 2 fairly steep ones. Mostly wooded areas and some fields. Some road walking towards station. Only a few stiles, mostly kissing gates. Can be muddy after heavy rain. Route: Akins Wood – Peterly Woods – Piggots Woods – Hughenden Valley – Bryants Bottom – Denner – Angling Spring WoodsFood: Pub at Bryants Bottom (about 7 miles into the walk) or picnic nearbyDrop-out points: Buses unreliable. Possible taxi from Bryants BottomTravel: 09.57 Marylebone, 10.38 Great Missenden.Please use toilets on trains as the Ladies at Great Missenden are often locked upStart: 10.40 Great Missenden stationTicket: CDR to Great Missenden(Freedom Pass holders need only CDR from Amersham)10mile / 16.1km
Moderate
Leader
Monica Teo
02 8427 9891
Saturday, 21st July
9:50am at Start at Hever station
TQ465445 / TN8 7ER
Easy to moderate pace, flat and undulating terrainKnown as the Garden of England, this is an historically soaked walk. Hever Castle, St Peter’s Church, Chiddingstone Castle, Tudor main street, Penshurst Castle. Potential for short muddy stretches. Route: Hever station – Hever – Chiddingstone – Penshurst – River Medway – LeighFood: 40 minute break at Penshurst where there is a tea room and pubDrop-out points: NoneTravel: 08.51 Waterloo East, 09.07 London Bridge; or 09.02 Clapham Junction, change at East Croydon for 09.23Start: 09.49 Hever stationFinish: Approx. 15.00 Leigh stationTicket: Single from Waterloo East / London Bridge, from Clapham Junction. Single from Leigh to Clapham Junction (15.05 and 16.05 trains) or (15.26 or 16.26)9mile / 14.5km
Moderate
Leader
David McAdam
020 3583 5293
Sunday, 22nd July
11:10am at Start and finish at Stonegate station
TQ658271 / TN5 7EU
Joint with Hampstead group19 miles, moderate to brisk pace, undulating terrain Route: Stonegate – Burwash – Burwash Weald – Darlington Forest – Paine’s Corner – Batt’s Wood – StonegateFood: Pub lunch at The Wheel Inn, Burwash Weald, or picnic nearbyDrop-out points: Taxi from Burwash after 4 milesTravel: 09.55 Charing Cross, 09.58 Waterloo East, 10.04 London Bridge, 11.06 StonegateStart: 11.06 Stonegate stationTicket: CDR to StonegateNote: If the train timetable is altered, will use the last train arriving at Stonegate at or before 11.15. If there are engineering works that involve a replacement bus, check website / phone for details of a substitute walk.19mile / 30.6km
Moderate
Leader
David Cooke
07747 187 036
Saturday, 28th July
9:45am at Start at Plumpton station
TQ364161 / BN7 3BW
Undulating with one particularly steep climb.Route: Plumpton Plain – South Downs WayFood: Late picnic on hillsideDrop-out points: Frequent buses to Brighton and to Lewis from A27Travel: 08.46 Victoria (platform 15), 08.53 Clapham Junction, 09.03 East CroydonStart: 09.45 Plumpton stationFinish: Southease stationTicket: CDR to Southease12mile / 19.3km
Moderate
Leader
Alan Fennell
020 8870 3440
Tuesday, 31st July
10:30am at Otford Station, Kent
TQ532593 / TN14 5QY
Slow to moderate pace; almost flat; expected muddy in places.Darenth valley path via Shoreham, Lullingstone Castle, Eynsford, Farningham.Pub lunch in Eynsford - or picnic beside the river.About 4 hours walking; drop-out point at Eynsford (5.5 miles/8.8km).Meet at Otford Station at 10.30.(Victoria 09.55/Bromley South 10.12 - Ashford International train - to Otford).Finish at Farningham Road Station.Buy Day Return to Otford plus single Farningham Road to Swanley.Joint with Hammersmith, Fulham & Wandsworth Group8.5mile / 13.7km
Leisurely
Slow to moderate
Leader
Sue C
020 8742 2355
(walk day only) 07785 966 895
Tuesday, 31st July
10:30am at Start at Otford station
TQ532593 / TN14 5QY
Joint with Kensington, Chelsea & Westminster groupSlow to moderate pace, almost flat Route: Shoreham – Lullingstone Castle – Eynsford – FarninghamFood: Pub / picnic in EynsfordDrop-out points: Eynsford at 5.5 milesTravel: 09.55 VictoriaStart: 10.30 Otford stationFinish: Farningham RoadTicket: CDR to Otford, plus single from Farningham Road to Swanley8.5mile / 13.7km
Moderate
Leader
Sue Chinn
020 8742 2355
Saturday, 4th August
10am at Start at Thatcham station
SU527663 / RG19 4PP
Joint with Hampstead groupModerate to brisk pace, gently rolling countrysideRoute: Mill Green – Plastow Green – Tucker’s Hill Farm – Ashford Hill – Park Gully Bridge – Crookham Manor Farm – King’s BridgeFood: Pub / picnic. The Ship Inn at Ashford Hill serves sandwiches till 1.45. It will be wise to bring food.Drop-out points: NoneTravel: 09.07 PaddingtonStart: 10.00 Thatcham stationTicket: CDR to Thatcham12mile / 19.3km
Moderate
Leader
Adrian White
020 7350 2164
Saturday, 11th August
10:05am at Start at Cambridge station
TL462572 / CB1 2GA
Undulating terrain Route: Swavesey – Over – Great Ouse River – Fenstanton – Fen Drayton – SwaveseyFood: Pub lunch at King William IV at FenstantonDrop-out points: NoneTravel: 09.12 Kings Cross, 10.02 Cambridge (from where Tramway Bus to Swavesey)Start: 10.05 Cambridge station ticket gateFinish: Swavesey for Tramway Bus back to CambridgeTicket: CDR to Cambridge9.5mile / 15.3km
Moderate
Leader
Elizabeth Parsons
01442 768890
Sunday, 12th August
10:55am at Start and finish at Cowden station
TQ476417 / TN8 7DS
UndulatingRoute: Crippenden Manor – Cowden VillageFood: Picnic onlyDrop-out points: Short cut from Cowden VillageTravel: 09.51 Victoria, 09.58 Clapham Junction, 10.31 Oxted; change to 10.38Start: 10.55 Cowden stationFinish: Cowden stationTicket: CDR to Cowden8mile / 12.9km
Moderate
Leader
Dennis West
020 7381 1516
Saturday, 18th August
10:05am at Start and finish at Gomshall station
TQ089477 / GU5 9NY
Moderate to brisk pace, undulating. There are hills.Route: Gomshall – Peaslake – Hurtwood – Shere – GomshallFood: Picnic onlyDrop-out points: NoneTravel: 08.39 Victoria, 08.46 Clapham Junction, 08.57 East Croydon, 09.18 Redhill; change to 09.30 to Gomshall (the leader will be on this train), arriving 09.49; or09.00 Waterloo, 09.24 Woking, 09.33 Guildford; change to 09.48 to 10.03 GomshallStart: 10.05 Gomshall stationTicket: CDR to Gomshall11mile / 17.7km
Moderate
Leader
Jolie Xu
07511 027 356
Saturday, 25th August
10:40am at Start and finish at Manningtree station
TM094322 / CO11 2LH
Flat terrain, gently rolling hills with numerous stiles / gatesRoute: Manningtree station – Essex Way – Dedham – East Bergholt – Flatford Mill – St Edmond’s WayFood: The Sun Inn or The Essex Rose Tea Room in Dedham or picnic; tea in East Bergholt or at Flatford MillDrop-out points: DedhamTravel: 09.30 Liverpool Street, 10.31 ManningtreeStart: 10.40 Manningtree stationTicket: CDR to Manningtree10mile / 16.1km
Moderate
Leader
Celia Cooper and Joanna Smuts
020 8555 2294
020 7223 1043
Sunday, 26th August
11am at Start and finish at Berwick station
TQ525067 / BN26 6TA
HillyRoute: Wealdway – Milton Street – South Downs Way – Jevington – Folkington – WilmingtonFood: Pub / picnic in churchyard at JevingtonDrop-out points: NoneTravel: 09.16 Victoria, 09.23 Clapham Junction, 09.33 East Croydon, 10.23 Lewes; change to 10.47 Eastbourne train. You can also board this train at Brighton, leaving London later, but with 4 minutes to change trains.Start: 10.56 Berwick stationFinish: Berwick stationTicket: CDR to Berwick11mile / 17.7km
Moderate
Leader
Alan Fennell
020 8870 3440
Thursday, 30th August
10:50am at Start and finish at Knockholt station
TQ484629 / TN14 7HR
Joint with Southbank groupAbout 12 miles, moderate to brisk pace. Rather hilly with woods, fields and country lanes. Some minor road walking with verges. Some rather high stiles. Can be muddy after heavy rain.Route: Pratts Bottom – Burnt Gorse – Downe – Cudham – Knockholt Pound – Washneys – Broke Hill Golf CourseAttraction: Downe House – home of Charles Darwin – can be visitedFood: Queens Head and The George and Dragon pubs on High Street, Downe, or picnic by the church across the road from the pubs.Drop-out points: Buses from Downe to Orpington or Bromley stationsTravel: 10.05 Charing Cross, 10.07 Waterloo East, 10.12 London Bridge, 10.49 KnockholtStart: 10.50 Knockholt station (Zone 6)Ticket: Oyster or Freedom Pass12mile / 19.3km
Moderate
Leader
Monica Teo
02 8427 9891
Saturday, 1st September
10:05am at Start at Bentley station
SU792430 /
Undulating, part of the walk is on sandy soil.Possibility of a swim at Frensham Great Pond!Route: Alice Holt Forest – Frensham Great Pond – Frensham Little Pond – Tilford – Bourne Wood – Greensand Way – River WeyFood: Picnic / café at Frensham Great Pond, and a swift drink stop at the Barley Mow in Tilford if wanted.Drop-out points: Hourly bus service from Frensham Great Pond to FarnhamTravel: 09.00 Waterloo, 09.24 Woking; change to 09.30 to Bentley: or 09.00 Clapham JunctionStart: 10.02 Bentley stationTicket: CDR to Bentley11.5mile / 18.5km
Moderate
Leader
Charmian Green
020 7564 8136
Sunday, 2nd September
11:50am at Start and finish at Rye station
TQ919205 /
Moderate to brisk pace, undulating terrainRoute: Rye – 1066 route via Winchelsea – Icklesham – Pett Level – Winchelsea – RyeFood: Pub lunch at the Queens Head, Icklesham, or picnic nearbyDrop-out points: Taxi from Icklesham after 4 milesTravel: 09.40 Charing Cross, 11.03 Ashford; change to 11.25 to RyeStart: 11.46 RyeTicket: CDR to RyeNote: If the train timetable is altered, will use the last train arriving at Rye at or before 11.55. If there are engineering works that involve a replacement bus, check website / phone for details of a substitute walk.12mile / 19.3km
Moderate
Leader
David Cooke
07747 187 036
Saturday, 8th September
10:25am at Start and finish at Glynde station
TQ457086 /
HillyRoute: Glynde – Beddingham Hill – Firle Beacon – Alciston - FirleFood: Picnic onlyDrop-out points: NoneTravel: 08.46 Victoria, 08.53 Clapham Junction, 09.03 East Croydon, 09.53 Lewes; change to 10.15 to GlyndeStart: 10.25 Glynde stationFinish: Glynde stationTicket: CDR to Glynde11mile / 17.7km
Moderate
Leader
Jolie Xu
07511 027 356
Sunday, 9th September
10:55am at Start at Hever station
TQ465445 /
UndulatingRoute: Hever Village – Chiddingstone – CowdenFood: Picnic / café in ChiddingstoneDrop-out points: NoneTravel: 09.51 Victoria, 09.58 Clapham Junction, 10.33 Oxted; change to 10.38 to HeverStart: 10.51 Hever stationFinish: Cowden stationTicket: CDR to Cowden8mile / 12.9km
Moderate
Leader
Dennis West
020 7381 1516
Saturday, 15th September
10:55am at Start and finish at Forest Gate station
TQ404853 /
Moderate pace on flat terrain, mostly grass but tends to be muddy. Hopefully skylarks may be spottedRoute: Wanstead Flats - Wanstead ParkFood: Bring a picnic as the Temple refreshment hut in Wanstead Park may be closed. No indoor seating thereDrop-out points: Buses at various points and Redbridge UndergroundTravel: 10.40 Liverpool Street (TFL train to Forest Gate)Should you arrive at the nearby Wanstead Park Overground station instead, please make your way to Forest Gate Station to locate us outside the stationStart: 10.51 Forest Gate StationTicket: Oyster / Freedom Pass6mile / 9.7km
Moderate
Leader
Rose Harley
020 8673 0036
Sunday, 16th September
9:30am at Starts from the forecourt of Charing Cross station
TQ303803 / WC2N 6NJ
On Sunday 16 September 1988, Colin Saunders of what was then the London Area of the Ramblers’ Association led a 12-mile walk along the Wandle Trail from Wandsworth to Croydon on its very first day of existence. There was much publicity including Time Out and LBC Radio and over 200 people turned up!This time, as part of the Wandle Valley Fortnight, there will be at least six walks, ranging from 2.5 miles to 17 miles and led by members of the Wandle Valley Forum, Ramblers and Long-Distance Walkers Association. “The Whole Thing Plus” (Brisk pace), led by Colin Saunders of the North London & South Herts group, who led the original launch event.A joint walk with the London Group of the Long-Distance Walkers Association.Starts 09.30am from the forecourt of Charing Cross station then along the Thames Path to Wandsworth to pick up the Wandle Trail and follow it to East Croydon station.Lunch will be at cafes or picnic in Morden Hall Park.Colin is the author of Guidebooks to the Capital Ring, London Loop, North Downs Way and soon-to-be-published Pymmes Book Trail and will be happy to sign your copies if you bring them along.17mile / 27.4km
Moderate
Contact
Melanie Nunzet
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Sunday, 16th September
10am at Starts and finishes at Mitcham Junction Tramlink Stop
TQ282675 / CR4 4HN
On Sunday 16 September 1988, Colin Saunders of what was then the London Area of the Ramblers’ Association led a 12-mile walk along the Wandle Trail from Wandsworth to Croydon on its very first day of existence. There was much publicity including Time Out and LBC Radio and over 200 people turned up!This time, as part of the Wandle Valley Fortnight, there will be at least six walks, ranging from 2.5 miles to 17 miles and led by members of the Wandle Valley Forum, Ramblers and Long Distance Walkers Association. The Wandle and Hidden Mitcham Walk (4-5 miles) led by Melanie Nunzet.Starts 10am Mitcham Junction station.The walk will include a 30-minute visit to the Wandle Industrial Museum, for which there will be an entry fee of £1.50 including refreshments.5mile / 8.1km
Moderate
Leader
Melanie Nunzet
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Sunday, 16th September
10:30am at Starts at Wandle Park Tramlink Stop
TQ314655 / CR0 4FN
On Sunday 16 September 1988, Colin Saunders of what was then the London Area of the Ramblers’ Association led a 12-mile walk along the Wandle Trail from Wandsworth to Croydon on its very first day of existence. There was much publicity including Time Out and LBC Radio and over 200 people turned up!This time, as part of the Wandle Valley Fortnight, there will be at least six walks, ranging from 2.5 miles to 17 miles and led by members of the Wandle Valley Forum, Ramblers and Long Distance Walkers Association. Wandle Park (Croydon) to Morden Hall Park (easy pace), led by Peter Rogers.Starts 10.30am Wandle Park tram stop.Café / picnic lunch at Carshalton, where the walk can be joined (details nearer the time on the Ramblers website).Finish Morden Hall Park for easy access to Morden station7mile / 11.3km
Leisurely
Contact
Melanie Nunzet
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Sunday, 16th September
1:30pm at Starts at Wandle Park Tramlink Stop
TQ314655 / CR0 4FN
On Sunday 16 September 1988, Colin Saunders of what was then the London Area of the Ramblers’ Association led a 12-mile walk along the Wandle Trail from Wandsworth to Croydon on its very first day of existence. There was much publicity including Time Out and LBC Radio and over 200 people turned up! This time, as part of the Wandle Valley Fortnight, there will be at least six walks, ranging from 2.5 miles to 17 miles and led by members of the Wandle Valley Forum, Ramblers and Long Distance Walkers Association. Wandle Park (Croydon) to Mitcham Junction via Beddington Park (4 miles), led by Sue B of Croydon Ramblers.4mile / 6.4km
Leisurely
Contact
Melanie Nunzet
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Sunday, 16th September
2:30pm at Walk starts at the Snuff Mill in Morden Hall Park, a short walk from Morden station
TQ261685 / SM4 5JA
On Sunday 16 September 1988, Colin Saunders of what was then the London Area of the Ramblers’ Association led a 12-mile walk along the Wandle Trail from Wandsworth to Croydon on its very first day of existence. There was much publicity including Time Out and LBC Radio and over 200 people turned up!This time, as part of the Wandle Valley Fortnight, there will be at least six walks, ranging from 2.5 miles to 17 miles and led by members of the Wandle Valley Forum, Ramblers and Long Distance Walkers Association. Morden Hall to Earlsfield (easy pace), led by Joan Wood, including talks about local history.Starts 2.30pm from the Snuff Mill in Morden Hall Park and finishes Earlsfield station.4mile / 6.4km
Leisurely
Contact
Melanie Nunzet
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Sunday, 16th September
3:45pm at Start at Earlsfield station
TQ260730 / SW18 4SW
On Sunday 16 September 1988, Colin Saunders of what was then the London Area of the Ramblers’ Association led a 12-mile walk along the Wandle Trail from Wandsworth to Croydon on its very first day of existence. There was much publicity including Time Out and LBC Radio and over 200 people turned up!This time, as part of the Wandle Valley Fortnight, there will be at least six walks, ranging from 2.5 miles to 17 miles and led by members of the Wandle Valley Forum, Ramblers and Long-Distance Walkers Association. Earlsfield station to Wandsworth Town station (easy pace), led by George Fletcher of Hammersmith, Fulham and Wandsworth Ramblers group.2.5mile / 4km
Leisurely
Contact
Melanie Nunzet
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Saturday, 22nd September
10:05am at Start at Gomshall station
TQ089477 / GU5 9NY
Easy to moderate pace, undulating terrain.Route: Shere – Albury Park – Blackheath Common. Optional detour to Chinthurst Hill Tower Folly. Final stretch alongside River Wey to GuildfordFood: 45 minutes at site of closed Villagers Pub. Picnic recommended.Drop-out points: NoneTravel: 09.00 Waterloo, 09.33 Guildford; change to 09.48 to GomshallStart: 10.03 Gomshall stationFinish: Guildford stationTicket: CDR to Gomshall9.7mile / 15.6km
Moderate
Leader
David McAdam
020 3583 5293
Sunday, 23rd September
10am at Start at Princes Risborough station
SP799027 /
Two hills in the afternoon. A walk across the Chilterns, sense of self-satisfaction on completion.Route: Wardrobes – Monckton Wood – SpeenFood: Picnic only at Speen. Tea and cake possible in Great MissendenDrop-out points: NoneTravel: 09.13 Marylebone, 10.00 Princes Risborough Start: 10.00 Princes Risborough stationFinish: Great MissendenTicket: CDR to Aylesbury, or 2 singles, depending on railcards / Freedom Pass10mile / 16.1km
Moderate
Leader
Susan Gane & Arthur Moore
020 8789 0029
07803 261 711
Tuesday, 25th September
10:30am at Loughton Underground Station (Zone 6 - Central line)
TQ423956 / IG10 4PD
Slow (uphill) to moderate pace; hilly; may be muddy in places.Forest rides, with diversion to High Beech for lunch.Picnic at High Beech, or pub lunch at the Duke of Wellington.About 4.25 hours walking.Meet at Loughton Underground station (Zone 6 - Central Line) at 10.30.Finish at Epping Underground Station (Zone 6 - Central line).Joint with Hammersmith, Fulham & Wandsworth Group8.5mile / 13.7km
Leisurely
Slow (uphill) to moderate
Leader
Sue C
020 8742 2355
(walk day only) 07785 966 895
Tuesday, 25th September
10:30am at Start at Loughton station
TQ423956 / IG10 4PD
Joint with Kensington, Chelsea & Westminster groupSlow to moderate pace, hillyRoute: Epping Forest rides – High Beech (lunch)Food: Picnic at High Beech or pub lunch at Duke of WellingtonDrop-out points: NoneTravel: Central LineStart: 10.30 Loughton Underground station (Zone 6)Finish: Epping Underground station (Zone 6)Ticket: Oyster / Freedom Pass8.5mile / 13.7km
Moderate
Leader
Sue Chinn
020 8742 2355
Sunday, 30th September
10:30am at Start at Manor Park station
TQ320874 / N4 2NJ
Easy to moderate pace, mostly flat terrain with one climb to Highgate Village.Route: Finsbury Park – Parkland Walk (formerly an old railway line) – Highgate Village – Fitzroy Park – Hampstead HeathFood: Choice of pubs / cafes in Highgate Village, or picnic on Pond SquareDrop-out points: VariousStart: 10.30 Manor House Underground station (Piccadilly Line) by the ticket barrierFinish: Kentish Town station (Northern Line)Ticket: Oyster or Freedom Pass (Zone 2)5mile / 8.1km
Moderate
Leader
George Fletcher
020 8442 0244
Saturday, 6th October
10:55am at Start and finish at Havant station
SU717065 / PO9 1PY
Flat terrain through an estuary and a coastal walkRoute: Hayling Island – Langstone – Billy Line Coastal Path – South Hayling – Langstone Channel – West Town – South HaylingFood: Inn on the Beach, South HaylingDrop-out points: South Hayling about 4 miles into the walkTravel: 09.30 Waterloo, 09,55 Woking, 10.51 Havant (Then a short walk to the bus station to catch a bus to the top of Hayling Island)Start: 10.51 Havant stationFinish: South Hayling for bus back to HavantTicket: CDR to Havant8mile / 12.9km
Moderate
Leader
Elizabeth Parsons
01442 768890
Sunday, 14th October
11:55am at Start at Saunderton station
SU813981 / HP14 4LJ
Undulating terrainRoute: Saunderton – Lacey Green – Ridgeway – Bledlow – Princes RisboroughFood: Early lunch at The Whip Inn (01844 344060) or picnic nearbyDrop-out points: Taxi from Lacey Green after 2.5 milesTravel: 11.13 London MaryleboneStart: 11:54 SaundertonTicket: CDR to Princes RisboroughNote: If the train timetable is altered, will use the last train arriving at Saunderton at or before 12:00. If there are engineering works that involve a replacement bus, check website / phone for details of a substitute walk.8mile / 12.9km
Moderate
Leader
David Cooke
07747 187 036
Saturday, 20th October
9:50am at Start and finish at Haslemere station
SU897329 / GU27 1DB
Undulating and hilly. Challenging beyond Fernhurst. Potentially very muddy stretches in the second half of the walk. Sturdy footwear essential and a walking stick handy.Route: Haslemere station – Marley Common – Fernhurst – Black DownsFood: 45 minute break at Fernhurst. Pub / picnic. Outside tables for The Red Lion Pub customers only. Suggest picnic. Benches dotted around the green.Drop-out points: Fernhurst after approx. 4 miles, from which bus service to HaslemereTravel: 08.45 Waterloo, 08.52 Clapham Junction 09.45 Haslemere; or 09.00 Waterloo, change at Woking for 09.25 to 09.48 HaslemereStart: 09.50 Haslemere stationFinish: Approx. 15.00 Haslemere stationTicket: CDR to Haslemere9mile / 14.5km
Moderate
Leader
David McAdam
020 3583 5293
Sunday, 21st October
10:50am at Start and finish at Wendover station
SP865077 / HP22 6BT
Joint with Southbank group.This is a repeat of an April walk but with autumnal colours and hopefully fungi spotting.Moderate to brisk pace. Some very steep hills, especially after lunch, woods, fields and forest lanes. Can be very muddy.Route: Coxgrove Wood – Dunsmore – Little Hampden – Lower Cadsden – Grangelands Nature Reserve – Pulpit Hill – Beacon Hill – Ellesborough Church for tea / cake if time permitting – Coombe Hill – Balcombe HillAttractions: Calorie burning, fungi spotting, autumn wild flowers and of course autumnal coloursFood: Pub at Lower Cadsden (The Plough) or picnicDrop-out points: Taxi to Wendover station from Lower Cadsden pub as buses are infrequentTravel: 09.57 Marylebone, 10.45 WendoverStart: 10.47 Wendover stationTicket: CDR to Wendover10mile / 16.1km
Moderate
Leader
Monica Teo
02 8427 9891
Sunday, 28th October
10:40am at Start and finish at Box Hill & Westhumble station
TQ167518 / RH5 6BT
UndulatingRoute: Via HeadleyFood: Pub / picnic in HeadleyDrop-out points: NoneTravel: 09.50 Clapham Junction (Thameslink train)Start: 10.37 Box Hill & Westhumble stationFinish: Box Hill & Westhumble stationTicket: CDR to Box Hill & Westhumble8mile / 12.9km
Moderate
Leader
Dennis West
020 7381 1516

 

 

 

Wednesday, July 18, 2018