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October 15, 2018

Imagine waking up to a cloudless blue sky with the thought of spending the day on a congenial walk through stunning countryside . This idyllic prospect confronted the 24  Kibworth  Ramblers on each day of their recent holiday to Chesham. On our first day we walked dire...

April 30, 2018

We were fortunate, in an uncertain month climatically, to have three rain-free walking days on our holiday at Tenby. Surrounded as we were by rain on all sides of the UK we were very fortunate. The walks were excellent, two on the Pembrokeshire Coastal Footpath and one...

Kibworth Ramblers undertook their annual charabanc outing to Ilfracombe to walk the gentle slopes of Devon and West Somerset. 37 walkers were on the trip and, surprisingly, considering the terrain, the same number returned!

The weather was on the whole extremely...

April 19, 2017

25 of us set out from Marston Trussell , a pleasing turn out considering that this is such a  socially busy time of year . We headed towards Sibbertoft , enjoying splendid views  of rolling countryside. Later  we picked  up the Jurassic Way and walked towards East Farn...

April 10, 2017

The daffodils lining the brook next to St Mary’s church were a welcome sign of spring as we set off in glorious sunshine with 22 walkers.

Passing through a small farm on the edge of Broughton Astley, we met the lady farmer about to turn out her 'handbag' lambs - her tre...

Although the day was a fine one, the heavy rain of the pr

eceding night set us up for a very wet walk. Starting from Tilton on the hill, the mild weather meant we were able to wear one less layer of clothing, but it didn’t take long before a very muddy lane reminded us...

The dictionary definition of 'dank', is "unpleasantly damp and chilly". The day of our walk to Foxton via the Langtons was certainly dank! Coupled with various holiday commitments to warmer climates and, in one instance, snow shoeing on colder climates, the numbers on...

December 21, 2016

Thirty walkers set off on this 6 mile walk from the Cow & Plough in Oadby, walking along the Ladies Walk to Stoughton Church. We passed the site of Stoughton Grange which was a huge Gothic house that had been demolished in 1926, although it had been seriously damaged i...

November 24, 2016

On a cold but bright November morning ten brave souls left the Sugar Loaf car park in Ab Kettleby to embark on an eight mile circular walk through the beautiful Melton Mowbray Southern Wolds. For quiz fans, Ab Kettleby is the only place name in the country beginning “A...

September 14, 2016

It was a glorious late summer's morning as 21 walkers gathered beside the immaculately maintain and imposing church at Whissendine, Rutland.  Most were kitted in shorts and tee shirt, as the early morning heat of the sun promised an even hotter day.

Setting off we soon...

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