You have reached the website of Morley College Rambling Club which is attached to Morley College in London, but is open to everyone who loves walking in the wonderful British countryside. If you are already a member this is the place to find up-dates to our programme of events as well as a selection of photos taken on our walks. If you are browsing you are welcome to join us on one of our walks before becoming a member. However, in the light of the current pandemic, please help our walk leaders by letting us know in advance if you plan to attend (some leaders require this). Some walks involve pre-booked lunch stops. Please contact our walks organiser Tony on walks@morleyramblers.uk or phone 07484 297 500. (Members please book with the walk leader.) You can see upcoming walks on our programme page. (NB in response to a recurring technical glitch, you can see an alternative version of the walks programme here, if necessary.)

Members section

The members section is available to all members of Morley College Rambling Club. You will need to register the first time you visit. Once your registration has been accepted (that is, we have checked you are a member), you will be able to log in and see the Club page. Non-members may request a club membership form via the Contact page.

Announcements

Hampstead Heath walk – correction

The meeting point on Saturday 27th November is at 10.30 outside Hampstead Heath Overground rail station, NOT underground as incorrectly stated on our published programme. The overground line runs from…

Photo Competition 2021-2022

A reminder that photographs should be submitted by Saturday 8 January.

Caterham – now to Hurst Green. Saturday 20 November

This walk has been re routed in the afternoon to end at Hurst Green Station. This is because of shorter daylight hours and to avoid the steep climb up the scarp slope of the North

Reports on walks and other news

Holiday 2021 in Northumbria

Twenty five people gathered in Berwick-upon-Tweed at the start of this year’s Morley College holiday. Most people managed to walk around the 16th century ramparts with fabulous views of the…

Hammersmith to Putney Bridge

(6 November) It was a clear and bright morning when 20 of us set off from Hammersmith Station for a walk along the Thames. The tide was out as we proceeded through Chiswick and we saw

West Byfleet Circular

(30 October) The first time that we led this walk the heavens opened straight after lunch and we were all thoroughly soaked by the end. We feared that we might be soaked in the morning