Balcombe Circular

30 April. A group of 12 met at Balcombe to enjoy our walk in perfect weather in the beautiful rolling hills around Balcombe. The tranquil waters of Ardingly reservoir had some added entertainment from the activity of rowers, yachts and occasional angler, before we climbed up to St Peter’s Church. Read more…

Gerrards Cross to Cookham

Saturday 19th March, 10 miles Travel: Out. Take the fast train from Marylebone Station at 9.42, arrive Gerrards Cross 10.01. Return on a different line, Cookham to Paddington, via Maidenhead. Freedom passes are vaild from Maidenhead only on the (slow) TFL services. Lunch is at the Jolly Carpenter pub at Read more…

Harpenden Ramble

The River Lea is not the largest or prettiest river, best known for its slow progress through North-East London providing easy walking alongside its neighbouring canal or ‘cut’. At Harpenden it is in it’s youth and therefore our occasional sitings on this walk were of a busy stream, especially after Read more…

New Years Day 2022

Tony and Mary-Jane would normally go for a walk on New Years Day and meet up with local people if they are around. So it was sociable to include their walk in local parks in the Morley College Ramblers programme. Covid prevented them from doing anything more than a wave Read more…

Hampstead Heath

November 27th was a day when an incentive was required to get out of bed. The weather was predicted to be wet, windy and cold. There were warnings of disruption on public transport. One of our members regularly volunteers on Saturday mornings and was spotted at her workplace. Some people Read more…