white cliffs ramblers
white cliffs ramblers
white cliffs ramblers
white cliffs ramblers

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Changes and Corrections for the Week Ending Sunday 22/01/2017

No Changes Reported

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Walk Leaders: Please send walk numbers,weather conditions and lunch stop experience to Tony

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Walking Festival 2016

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List of Walks January 2017

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Important Messages

1. A Walk Leaders’ Map Reading and Navigation course is being held on Saturday the 20th May 2017 in Lyminge. The course aims to be an introduction to navigation skills. It is ideal for those who want to start learning or to improve their navigation skills, or are thinking about leading local walks but feel that their skills might not be up to it. The course is run in such a way as to hopefully make it enjoyable! About 4 weeks beforehand a study pack will be sent to participants by post or e-mail containing useful information to get them started on map reading and navigation skills, with more information about the course itself. There is no need to buy any equipment before the course. Phone 01303 269151 email David Jones

We Welcome Walkers

Are you looking for a walk? Look at our Walks page for a full list of walks; then look at our Photos page for a picture of our activities. We make all new walkers very welcome!

White Cliffs Ramblers

prmoting the festival

If you'd like to explore your local countryside, or get fit in a sociable atmosphere, join us for a led walk. We'll work out the most interesting route in advance. We walk on Sundays and Thursdays throughout the year.

The Ramblers is a charity whose core work is to safeguard the places where people want to go walking and encourage them to do so - from gentle strolls to challenging hikes, whether in town or countryside.