Walking in Leicestershire and beyond
Our rambling group started in 1992, when Bert and Lois Harrison invited residents of the local community of Kibworth to their monthly walk. Bert's widow is now the KRG President.
Bert had at that time completed work, with the support of Leicestershire County Council, of re-establishing and marking out the footpaths, bridleways and by-ways around Kibworth and its neighbouring villages.
This work was the prelude to the extremely useful and fairly unique yellow post markings on footpath routes. These are sorely missed when walking through the countryside of other shires, where they are absent.
When we celebrated our 25th anniversary in 2017, with 102 members on our books. Our walks are now weekly, with 'B' walks of between 10 & 12 miles and 'C' walks of between 4 & 6 miles, each regularly made up of around 20 walkers. You can read more about this on our Walks page.
We also organise annual spring and autumn walking holidays, as well as various other social events. We are a friendly group of walkers who welcome and encourage new members. Why not get in touch and join us for a trial walk or two?
Kibworth ramblers enjoying a stop on the self-drive walkimg holiday to Malhamdale, Yorkshire.