Hook to Winchfield

30 July 2022. Thirteen people started out on this mostly flat Hampshire walk. Predictably the leader got confidently lost at the first opportunity. Following the line of pylons  crossing Bartley Heath she came back on track  when she spied the intended – and only – footbridge crossing the M3. Once away Read more…

Epsom Downs 12th March

Daphne writes: My prayers were answered for a near perfect country walk on Saturday 12th March, 2022.  Despite having to negotiate the use of a rail replacement bus service (which was delayed in both directions), fifteen Morley walkers managed to get to Epsom Downs. On a bright, sunny morning after Read more…

Wandle Trail

February 5th 2022 Seventeen Morley Ramblers turned up for this walk which, despite meandering its way through the suburbs of south west London, is ecologically rewarding as well as geographically and historically interesting. The Wandle is one of only 200 chalk streams in the UK rising in the North Downs Read more…

St Albans to Harpenden

12 February 2022 Fourteen people started out on this flat, and ostensibly straightforward, walk that follows two disused railway lines and the Hertfordshire and Ver/Colne Valley Ways.  It was good to welcome David again – last seen in distant days before the pandemic. The day was bright, crisp and cold Read more…