Booking required
: Nicola Vincett : 07786 667228
Hattingley Valley Wines will host a private (!) group tour for us at 2pm, provided I can confirm by 28 February (with deposit) that at least 10 people (up to 20 people can be accommodated) will join the tour at £15pp. The tour will consist of a brief history of commercial English Wines; the Hattingley Valley Story; a tour of the winery where they will explain how sparkling wine is made – from grape to glass; a tasting in their comfortable tasting room from the range of award-winning sparkling wines that they produce and the chance to purchase wine at cellar door pricing. There is ample parking there so we could complete a circular walk starting from the winery in the morning or leave the cars at home and walk from say Hook to the winery and arrange group taxis back home to local stations. Please can you e-mail me to confirm you would like to come by 28 February and I will send my bank details to cover the ticket price which I will pay as a deposit.
: Hattingley Valley Wines, Wield Yard, Lower Wield, Alresford SO24 9AJ
:
: SU633398
: 51.1545378277085,-1.0949304147896
: Unnamed Road, Alresford SO24, UK

West Wight

M Moderate
: Tim B : 07796 371694
Take in the beautiful western end of the Isle of Wight on this 12 mile walk around the Western end of the Island. This walk has it all, priceless yachts, open land, woods, clifftop downs, and is dripping in history to boot! The meet time is at Yarmouth, I'll leave it to you to decide how to get there. Lunch will be on Tennyson Down, bring a packed lunch with you! Total ascent on this walk is 1280ft.
: Yarmouth Ferry Terminal
: We'll be on the East (ferry) side of the harbour offices.
: SZ352896
: 50.7051368709122,-1.5022498646106
: A3054, Yarmouth PO41 0NL, UK
Booking required
: Dominic Mann : 07826 337158
Mountains on Stage - European Film Festival visiting 13 countries and luckily coming to Eastleigh for one night only! From Skiing to Mountaineering and from Climbing to Mountain Biking there are 5 films that will have your heart pumping and take you away for an evening in the mountains. Full listing of films is here: https://www.mountainsonstage.com/programme Register then I will book the tickets in due course when full. Cost is £16.
: Vue Cinema, Eastleigh
: Just down the road from Eastleigh train station on the A335.
: SU456187
: 50.9665127558249,-1.3514124381147
: Southampton Rd, Eastleigh SO50 5FX, UK
: Peter Cresswell : 07725 981691
Boyatt Ln, Otterbourne, Winchester SO21 2HW
: Park on the road where possible outside the Otter Pub - there should be amble parking. - Boyatt Ln, Otterbourne, Winchester SO21 2HW
: Boyatt Ln, Otterbourne, Winchester SO21 2HW - use the postcode for directions - Otterbourne is off the M3
: SU454223
: 50.9985514507404,-1.3541078567505
: The Otter, Winchester SO21 2HW, UK
Booking required
: Peter Cresswell : 07725 981691
A weekend away in Sussex. This is in conjunction with the 1066 Country Walk which is on the calendar and being tackled in two parts over the weekend. We will be staying at the beginning of the walk in a Chalet at Pevensey Bay Holiday park. The cost for 6 of us will be £56 each for the 3 nights, this would go down slightly if a couple took the double bed bringing the number up to 7; I have free cancellation up until 2nd April so there's no risk of being stuck with an unwanted bigger bill. Accommodation details here - http://www.booking.com/Share-2eTw0X The plan for the weekend: Friday 3rd May - Head down after work by car or train arriving around 19:30, go to a local pub for dinner. Saturday 4th May - Walk 15 miles Pevensey to Battle, if there's time look around Battle Abbey and the battlefield, having dinner in Battle before heading back on the train to Pevensey. Sunday 5th May - Train to Battle to take up the route and complete the last 15 miles of the walk, Battle to Rye, choice of either dinner in Rye or back to the chalet to cook a group meal. Train back to Pevensey. Monday 6th May - check out, explore the castle at Pevensey if it takes your fancy or Battle Abbey if didn't have time on the Saturday, or whatever you fancy instead. You do not have to be on the trip to join the walks, as all start and stop points are served by rail stations well linked back to Hampshire.
: Eastbourne Road Pevensey BN24 6DH
: Use the post code BN24 6DH for the sat nav - also very close to Pevensey Bay Station
: TQ647032
: 50.8053651967842,0.3367137908936
: Cannon Camp Site, Pevensey Bay, Pevensey BN24 6DT, UK
Booking required
: Peter Cresswell : 07725 981691
In 1066 Duke of Normandy, William 'the Bastard' landed on the English Southcoast seeking to claim the English throne. He ravaged the land to draw King Harold into battle quickly, whilst he was still spent from defeating his brother at Stamford Bridge near York; it worked. After hearing of Harold's march south, William gathered his forces at Pevensey before marching to meet him at what would become the town of Battle. We follow his footsteps through ancient villages, rolling hills and woodland along the 1066 country walk. This event requires booking so I know who is coming and is part of the 1066 Bank Holiday weekend trip. If your not on the trip you can still join us. I just need to know.
: BN24 5LE Pevensey Castle (we will get the train to Pevensey Bay 1/2 mile away)
: BN24 5LE
: TQ645047
: 50.8192217888455,0.3341388702393
: Church Ln, Pevensey BN24 5LF, UK
Booking required
: Peter Cresswell : 07725 981691
The second leg of the 1066 Country Walk! This walk requires booking to arrange travel (easily done by train) his event requires booking so I know who is coming and is part of the 1066 Bank Holiday weekend trip. If your not on the trip you can still join us. (All stations lead back to Hampshire£ I just need to know.
: Battle Abbey TN33 0AD - parking charges apply £4.50 all day - Battle train-station close by.
: TN33 0AD
: TQ748157
: 50.9151017687507,0.4860591888428
: 1 High St, Battle TN33, UK

Lasham Loop

M Moderate
: Andy D : 07800 715435
A circular walk in the north of the county, there is a pub stop on the walk for drinks but it will too late for lunch so bring a packed lunch to eat mid-way round.
: Woodland Trust Spain Lane car park
: From the south: From Alton take the A339 north. Spain Lane is a left turn, signposted for Burkham. Woodland Trust car park is about 200m on the left. From the north: From Basingstoke take the A339 south. Spain Lane is a right turn, signposted for Burkham. Woodland Trust car park is about 200m on the left.
: SU659424
: 51.1779149678538,-1.0580528188706
: Spain Ln, Alton GU34 5RU, UK
: Peter Cresswell : 07725 981691
As the last time I attempted to do this walk it was rained off in putting it on a second time in the hope of better weather! A variable walk in the Test Valley taking in rolling fields, the river Test and the site of an Iron Age Hill Fort at Danebury Down. Please bring a packed lunch which we will have at the hill. We will drive to the Mayfly for a drink after the walk or go somewhere in Stockbridge. Parking is very limited so please car share if possible.
: Lion's Den Car Park, Cow Drove Hill Road, Stockbridge, Hampshire SO20 6JA
: SO20 6JA - Romsey/Stockbridge road A3057. From Romsey, go round the roundabout back towards Romsey, then take your next right towards Marsh Court. The car park is on your right, after about 1,090yd (1,000m).
: SU357346
: 51.1100965910446,-1.4909219741821
: 4 The Milsoms, Stockbridge SO20 6JA, UK
Booking required
: Peter Cresswell : 07725 981691
A short evening walk along the coast following The Solent Way to down to Lee-on-the-Solent and the pub The Inn by the sea, which does a good selection of pub food including carvery and stone baked pizza for really reasonable prices. Wednesday is also burger and a drink for £7.99. Menu can be found here - https://www.stonehouserestaurants.co.uk/nationalsearch/southeast/theinnbythesealeeonthesolent/carvery This event requires booking so I know how many people to book a table for, however you do not need to be a member for this walk and as long as you havent had your three free walks already, new members are very welcome, just email me with your name and email and I will add you on. Once we have had our fill we will return back the way we came. Please note that part of this walk will be in the dark so you must bring a torch, also bare in mind that depending on the tide we may be walking on shingle for parts of the way.
: Cliff road where there is free parking PO14 3JT
: PO14 3JT
: SU530024
: 50.8188607986285,-1.2489975041466
: 35 Meon Rd, Titchfield, Fareham PO14 4HN, UK
Booking required
: Andy Nash : 07963 588482
By popular request, tonight we're going to the ceilidh at Winchester Guildhall. In such a grand setting the term "barn dance" is a total misnomer, but it's the same idea. If you haven't been to one before, they're always good fun and no experience is necessary. I'll block-book tickets for anyone who reserves by Tuesday 14 May, but the organiser's advised that as it's a large venue there should still be tickets left on the night (your risk!). You can also book directly online at http://www.shocc.co.uk/, but if you do this please let me know you're coming so I can watch out for you. Standard price is £12 but it's £8 for students and £6 for children. You can pay on the door whether you've pre-booked or not. There's a licensed bar available, so please don't bring your own drinks. Make sure you wear something light and comfortable (you will get warm!), and I suggest trainers or similar. The dances go on till 23:30. Let me know if you have any queries.
: Winchester Guildhall
: The Guildhall is on The Broadway, at the lower end of Winchester High Street. It's about 15 minutes' walk from the station and there are car parks nearby (see the map below).
: SU484293
: 51.0614382258352,-1.3102376461029
: 163 The Broadway, Winchester SO23 9BA, UK
: Andy Nash : 07963 588482
Starting at Shawford, we follow the River Itchen upstream, before heading up into the South Downs. We then follow a variety of paths, including an ox drove - an old route for taking livestock to market or alternative pastures. We return to Shawford via the villages of Owslebury (scene of a riot in 1830!) and Twyford. Post-walk drink at the Bridge Inn in Shawford.
: Shawford Down car park, at the western (lower side) of Shawford Down. This is about 80 metres west (uphill) from the station; on Google Maps the road is named Bridge Terrace. The meet time is 10:20 to fit in with trains from both north and south.
:
: SU471249
: 51.0219302497192,-1.3289979007673
: Old Shawford Goods Yard, Shawford Road, Shawford, Hampshire, Winchester SO21 2AA, United Kingdom
Booking required

The overnighter

M Moderate
: Helen : 07913 919030
Come experience the beauty of the night walking from Sunset to Sunrise along the coast on the Isle of Wight. Further details to be provided nearer the time to those which have booked but we will be starting from Shanklin. From there we will follow the coastal path anti-clockwise, catching the sunrise at 5am on the approach to Ryde. We will end our walk at Fishbourne, in time for the 7am ferry to Portsmouth where the carnivores can enjoy a fry up.
: Shanklin Train Station
: Get yourself across the water in time to catch the 21:49 from Ryde Pier Head. More precise instructions will be sent to those that book.
: SZ580818
: 50.6337570886616,-1.1800003051758
: Station House, Regent St, Shanklin PO37 7AR, UK
: Peter Cresswell : 07725 981691
This was the first ever walk I led for the group! Enjoy a lay in and then join me at midday for a leisurely stroll around this pretty part of the New forest. If you're lucky you you may hear a cuckoo or two. Afterwards we will go for drinks in the 'Empress of Blandings', an excellent pub where I will also be having my dinner (it does AMAZING gammon) and you're welcome to join me. This walk is only short and is excellent for new members to try out the group. Parking can be limited so please car share if you can.
: There is lay buy with parking just off the A31 (Romsey Road) SO40 2PB - right outside the C of E Copythorne Infant School
: A31, just off the M27 use post code SO40 2PB
: SU308148
: 50.9318875409452,-1.5629768371582
: A31, Southampton SO40 2PB, UK
Booking required
: Peter Cresswell : 07725 981691
Lets go to the zoo! Marwell is an award winning zoo, that does much work for conservation. Highlights include Tigers, Snow leopards, Giraffes and Penguins. We will have a picnic lunch. Please let me know if you want to come by the end of April. I will then contact you for payment, if we have 12 or more we can book as a group and get a discount. Regardless I will book in advance so that we can skip the queue, getting there at opening to beat the crowds. More info about the zoo and what you can expect to see here - https://www.marwell.org.uk/zoo/
: By main entrance - car parking is free but it's a busy time so share if possible - post code SO21 1JH
: SU503215
: 50.9910695362001,-1.2833404541016
: Marwell Turning Area, Colden Common, Winchester SO21 1JY, UK
: Tim B : 07796 371694
Not quite a beach walk, but you might want a swim afterwards! We'll follow the coast north, then cut accross to Birdham Pool and follow the Chichester Ship Canal to Hunston. From there we walk (roughly) south to Sidlesham, then southwest to Bracklesham to head seaward again before a long beach walk back to West Wittering. The total ascent is 348ft. This is a long walk but it's really flat.
: Meet at the shops in West Wittering Car Park
: Follow the signs to the Witterings from Chichester, then follow West Wittering / Beach.
: SZ767982
: 50.7788516638371,-0.9126946719257
: Unnamed Road, West Wittering, Chichester PO20 8AT, UK
: Peter Cresswell : 07725 981691
Starting from Bishopstoke Rugby club we will follow the Water Vole Way through this pretty village. Afterwards we will go enjoy a couple of craft beers at Steam Town Brewing Company.
: Bishopstoke Rugby club The Hub Bishopstoke Rd Eastleigh SO50 6LA
: SO50 6LA - Bishopstoke Rugby club just over the bridge from Eastleigh station
: SU463192
: 50.9706231740717,-1.3414692878723
: Recreation Ground, Eastleigh SO50 6LA, UK
: Andy Nash : 07963 588482
This is one of my favourite walks - great views and lots of points of interest. We'll start at the northern edge of Worthing, and after a steep climb onto the South Downs much of the walk follows the ridges, passing ancient hill forts, a dew pond and an 18th century windmill. Pub visit after walk.
: Public car park at northern end of The Gallops.
: Approaching from west, turn off A27 and follow road about three-quarters of a mile through High Salvington, first uphill then down. The car park is on the left towards the bottom of the descent.
: TQ123072
: 50.8535841593778,-0.4055230276559
: 77 Downside Ave, Worthing BN14 0EX, UK
Booking required
: Dominic Mann : 07826 337158
The Summer edition of the most popular comedy show in Southampton. Full details of the acts here: https://www.nstheatres.co.uk/campus/the-comedy-bar-big-gig-june-2019 Tickets are £17 please email me to let me know you want to come; I’ll book you on and send you bank details.
: Nuffield Theatre, University of Southampton
: The theatre is at the centre of the Highfield campus
: SU424153
: 50.9358332107494,-1.397143190042
: B6, Southampton SO17 1TR, UK
: Darren Page : 07763 476585
A circular walk taking in Black Down, which is the county top of Sussex and the highest point in the South Downs national park. Bring a packed lunch. There will be a pub stop in the afternoon.
: Woolbeding Common car park
:
: SU864253
: 51.0213251875951,-0.768855442646
: Linch Old Rectory, Midhurst GU29 0QD, UK
Booking required
: Peter Cresswell : 07725 981691
Longest day and the longest walk - this is a real challenge walking the entire 30 miles of the Itchen way (the website only goes up to 27). Good boots and walking clothes are essential as is bringing plenty of water and food. There is no pressure to complete the walk and there are opportunities to end at Winchester, Shawford and Eastleigh. Booking is needed for this walk for pacing reasons and to try and for arranging transport to Cheriton so we don't have to worry about cars. I will also try to organise for those taking trains, even if it means joining us later on.
: Source of the Itchen - I will contact re exact start date to those booked on
: I shall be organising this via email
: SU583285
: 51.0535385798354,-1.1694051984258
: 1 The Passage, Cheriton, Alresford SO24 0PX, UK
: Andy Nash : 07963 588482
Back by popular request, another treasure hunt in historic Winchester! Splitting into teams, you'll head round town finding the answers to a series of clues, before finishing with a pub social. The route will be different to the treasure hunts we did in 2015 and 2017, but there'll still be a prize for the winning team! I'll provide more details, including start point, closer to the time. See you there, super sleuths!
: tbc (somewhere in central Winchester)
: tbc
: SU480294
: 51.0625601211541,-1.3160223175049
: 29 St Thomas St, Winchester SO23 9BU, UK
Booking required
: Dominic Mann : 07826 337158
Long weekend away based at a cottage in the village of Rhyd-Ddu on the Western side of Snowdonia. Snowdon itself via the Rhyd-Ddu path is on our doorstep along with the Welsh Highland Railway. The long weekend will run from Friday to Monday and will be co-led between myself and Andy Lock so plenty of options of walks and activities will be available. There will be walks led by either Andy or myself on each of the days possibly including an ascent of Snowdon and an exploratory linear walk in Western Snowdonia. Also there will be the additional option to enter any of the events that are occurring over the weekend in nearby Llanberis: For swimmers on the Saturday morning there is the Big Welsh Swim occurring at Llyn Padarn lake - http://loveswimrun.co.uk/thebigwelshswim/. I have already entered this and can provide transport to the start. For runners on the Sunday there is the Snowdonia trail 10km, Half Marathon and Marathon - http://alwaysaimhighevents.com/snowdonia-trail-marathon/welcome-snowdonia-trail-marathon-2019. You may need to make your own way there if entering. You will need to organise your own entry to these events and you undertake them at your own risk as specified in the event details on the respective websites. The accommodation is a large cottage with 2 doubles, a triple and a twin. We therefore have the option to accommodate 9 in total if the mix is suitable however at present I have set registration to 7. There is also additional accommodation if there is sufficient interest. The cost for the 3 nights will approximately be between £75 and £95 per person however this depends on final numbers. I will provide further information about the weekend upon registration, also you may wish to stay longer in the area and there are a number of options but you will need to book this yourself.
: Chapel House, Rhyd-Ddu.
: Rhyd-Ddu lies on the A4085 between Beddgelert and Caernarfon. The cottage is along the lane opposite the Cwellyn Arms pub.
: SH569529
: 53.0542695275491,-4.1353737999191
: 1 Glanfa, Rhyd-Ddu, Caernarfon LL54 6TF, UK
Booking required
: Peter Cresswell : 07725 981691
We are masters of walking, but now is the chance to channel your inner Tarzan or Jane and master the trees! Go Ape lets you climb through the trees in complete safety, so you can just relax and have fun - more info here https://goape.co.uk/days-out/south-east/southampton?utm_source=google-my-business&utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=GoApeSouthampton I will need to book in advance so please let me know if you want to come (and make payment) by 30th June - cost is £26.80 pp, we will aim for the 12:00 slot and go for a stroll in Itchen Valley Country park after.
: Go Ape Southampton, Itchen Valley Itchen Valley Country Park Allington Lane Southampton SO30 3HQ
: Postcode of SO30 3HQ can be unreliable please follow directions - on their website https://goape.co.uk/days-out/south-east/southampton
: SU461163
: 50.9443951563455,-1.3443660736084
: Go Ape Southampton, Go Ape Southampton Itchen Valley Country Park, Allington Ln, Southampton SO30 3HQ, United Kingdom

summer BBQ

L Leisurely
: Vickie Harris : 07821 426139
Summer BBQ- please bring along your own BBQ, food and drink for our annual summer get together. We will meet on the south side of the canoe lake. There is a cafe, toilets and swan boats to play on should you wish!
: Canoe lake, Eastney, Portsmouth
: All along Southsea seafront until you reach the Canoe lake at Eastney
: SZ655983
: 50.7806262034123,-1.0715937612014
: Canoe Lake, Portsmouth, Southsea PO4 9RG, UK
Booking required
: Peter Cresswell : 07725 981691
A long weekend (arriving Friday eve) camping in the New Forest, staying on site at the New Forest Water Park. This excellent campsite and water activity centre boats a total wipe out themed water course, cable wake boarding, kayaking and paddle boarding, as well as swimming in the lake. I will also be leading a walk on the Sunday and would appreciate if anyone could lead walks Saturday or Monday. Cost for camping is £45 pp for the whole weekend (not for pitch). More details can be found here. https://www.newforestwaterpark.co.uk/ - If you would like to come please let me know by filling in this google form (https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1CcuVaqnpLlfETa51jSxAuzTVdD4EzBuDipZdxSs_IMg/edit?usp=sharing) - you have to copy and paste the whole address into your url. At the end of April I will make the first round of bookings and then anyone that wants to join after I will do on a case by case basis.
: New Forest Water Park - Ringwood Road, Fordingbridge Hampshire SP6 2EY
: Sat Nav SP6 2EY
: SU153108
: 50.8968483177787,-1.7824459075928
: Hucklesbrook Garage, Fordingbridge SP6 2EY, UK
: Peter Cresswell : 07725 981691
This walk is part of the New Forest trip away, however please do free to join us even if you're not on the trip! This will be an evening stroll taking in some areas of the New Forest local to the water park, including the area called 'Great Bottom' (I wasn't just being rude). We will go to the Royal Oak for drinks and maybe dinner afterwards.
: A car park - best way to get to it is to put in the co-ordinates - 50.90647,-1.761604 in Google maps
: Post code is SP6 2QB but this isnt the exact spot - use co.ordinates - 50.90647,-1.761604 in Google maps
: SU168119
: 50.9064230887817,-1.7616543777156
: Gorley Lynch, Fordingbridge SP6 2QB, UK
Booking required
: Oliver Peto : 07876 561360
Come along for a trip away to the beautiful North Devon Coast for some spectacular scenery,walks,possible surf and general chillout weekend.There will be a variety of walks on offer,mostly coastal and possible surf or paddleboard lessons if people are interested.If weather permits we can have a barbeque or head into nearby Braunton, about 20 mins on foot . After registering for the event please book with the campsite and mention my name and the group and they should be able to place us all together on the campsite.The earlier the booking the better, please send me an email to let me know if you wish to come along for the weekend so I can add you to the event list or have any questions,also let me know if you would like to do any water activities and i'll find out more details from the surf shop.
: Lobb Fields Campsite EX33 1HG https://lobbfields.com/
: Drive through Braunton heading for Saunton and Lobb Fields campsite is on the right
: SS473370
: 51.1122827702513,-4.1816266695186
: Moor Lane Nursery, Saunton Rd, Braunton EX33 1HG, UK

Monarchs Way Part 1

S Strenuous
: Andy D : 07800 715435
The Monarch’s Way is a 625-mile long-distance footpath that approximates the escape route taken by King Charles II in 1651 after being defeated in the Battle of Worcester. We’re doing the Hampshire section of this in 4 parts, crossing the county from West to East. The first section runs from Salisbury to Mottisfont, via Pitton, Broughton and Horsebridge. This is a walk between two train stations, the start time is intended to coincide with the 9:39 arrival from Southampton.
: Salisbury train station
: Salisbury train station, meet outside the main entrance
: SU137301
: 51.070139698689,-1.805740039444
: 15 Churchfields Rd, Salisbury SP2 7NH, UK

Monarchs Way Part 2

M Moderate
: Andy D : 07800 715435
The Monarch’s Way is a 625-mile long-distance footpath that approximates the escape route taken by King Charles II in 1651 after being defeated in the Battle of Worcester. We’re doing the Hampshire section of this in 4 parts, crossing the county from West to East. The second section runs from Mottisfont to Shawford, via Hursley. This is a walk between two train stations, the start time is intended to coincide with the 9:56 arrival from Southampton.
: Mottisfont train station
: Mottisfont train station
: SU318261
: 51.0340066037494,-1.5470445156097
: Mottisfont & Dunbridge, Romsey SO51 0JX, UK

Monarchs Way Part 3

M Moderate
: Andy D : 07800 715435
The Monarch’s Way is a 625-mile long-distance footpath that approximates the escape route taken by King Charles II in 1651 after being defeated in the Battle of Worcester. We’re doing the Hampshire section of this in 4 parts, crossing the county from West to East. The third section runs from Shawford to West Meon, via Owlesbury, Upham and Warnford. This walk starts at a train station, so the start time is intended to coincide with the 8:19 arrival from Southampton. At the end of the walk there is a bus from West Meon back to Winchester at 16:53 (hence the early start – this is the last bus home so we can’t miss it).
: Shawford train station
: Shawford train station
: SU472249
: 51.0223505676653,-1.3277596641541
: Shawford, Winchester SO21 2BN, UK
Booking required
: Peter Cresswell : 07725 981691
5 days (Monday to Friday) away, in a lovely coattage (http://www.booking.com/Share-Hwkn6M) nestled in the Brecon Beacons just when the autumn colours are starting to really kick off. We will be doing routes of the newly re-established heritage route ‘The St Thomas Way’ which has been re-imagined as a series of short circular walks. (More info at Thomasway.ac.uk) the routes we have an option of tackling are Patrishow, Abergavenny, Raglan, Usk, Longtown and Hereford - there may also be a chance of doing two in one day depending on weather and speed and for those who fancy something longer the Brecons have many walks on offer. The weather has been extremely mild in October the last few years but rain and cold is always a possibility, the walks on the way are mainly short however and there’s the roaring fire to return to. Cost for the week will be £536 divided between how many of us there are which is up to 10 (12 if we have couples/ people willing to share) a deposit of £30 is needed to confirm your place. Please contact me for payment details. This walk has been advertised to other young ramblers groups too, so maybe a chance to meet other like-minded people from around the country.
: We will arrange cars / I’ll send cottage address to those who have paid full amount nearer the time
: TBC
: SO240340
: 51.9993727203088,-3.1074615484659
: Unnamed Road, Abergavenny NP7 7NP, UK

Monarchs Way Part 4

S Strenuous
: Andy D : 07800 715435
The Monarch’s Way is a 625-mile long-distance footpath that approximates the escape route taken by King Charles II in 1651 after being defeated in the Battle of Worcester. We’re doing the Hampshire section of this in 4 parts, crossing the county from West to East. The final section runs from West Meon to Rowlands Castle, via Warnford and Hambledon. The walk starts in West Meon, but unless you can get someone to give you a lift we’re meeting in Winchester to get a bus at 9:05. The walk ends by Rowlands Castle train station.
: Stop RC, City Road, Winchester
: Stop RC, City Road, Winchester
: SU479298
: 51.0662392805957,-1.3168162513733
: 11 City Rd, Winchester SO23 8SD, UK
Booking required
: Peter Cresswell : 07725 981691
This new year is a big one! The committee invites you to come and see out the decade and welcome in the 20's with us. We are not straying too far this new year so you won't have far to go, yet you'll still get the feeling of getting away from it all, in the South Downs National Park right near Arundel with its magnificent castle. Our base camp will be the National Trusts' Slindon Bunkhouse https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/holidays/bunkhouse-slindon-sussex which sleeps 17 people and boasts a roaring log burning for us to spend the nights round. Full programme will be released nearer the time but you can expect plenty of fun, a New Years Eve Party and of course lots of walking. Cost of the four nights is £90, this may go down slightly if we get a full contingent. To secure your place please pay a deposit of £40 to the group account with the reference " NEW YEARS 2019". Acc no. 20298753 Sort code. 60-83-01
: BN18 0RG
: From the North take the A29 and from Slindon Common follow signs to Slindon. From the South take the A27 and at Fontwell turn on to the A27 then follow signs to Slindon as above. In Slindon go past the College, the turning to the College and National Trust Estate Office and Bunkhouse is on the left. Use post code BN18 0RG - 6 miles from Arundel Station.
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: 50.8683493652267,-0.63919454813
: Nore Wood Ln, Arundel BN18 0RG, UK