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 by emailing members@morleyramblers.uk.

Announcements and walk reports

Guildford circular, 21 May

Train still as per programme, from Waterloo @ 09.45, arrives Guildford @ 10.24. Morning: We’ll go up to Chantries woods then on to St. Martha’s – in good weather nice views alon…

Pulborough to Amberley, 14 May

Ten mile walk with lunch at Cootham.

Guildford Circular

Saturday 21 May. Eleven walkers ventured out to explore the beautiful countryside just outside Guildford. We were blessed with good weather as we made our way towards the Chantries Woods. Some years a…

Saturday 14th May. Pulborough to Amberley

Thirteen of us met up at Pulborough Station, on a warm sunny morning with no rain forecast. We passed through some of the older part of the town before turning south and entering the large