We meet at 9.45am for a 10am start to our walks.
There is a £1-50 charge to walkers which helps support various NT projects.
Unless otherwise stated, walkers bring their own refreshments for a mid walk break.
Please see SAFETY NOTES on the bottom of this page.
Walks are often followed by an optional lunch where participants choose and pay for their own food and drinks. Pre booking is recommended for the lunch.
Walks and lunches may be cancelled or changed at the last minute.
Please contact Walks Coordinator for further details. 

These are the walks planned for 2018 -

Saturday 9th June - Sandie Eckersall. Meet at Hanbury Hall car park. Walk at Hanbury Hall, church, woods and canal. Lunch at Hanbury Hall.


Saturday 14th July - Coach Outing to Shugborough. Click the link below for full details of the day. A booking form can be found on the Booking Forms page.

Shugborough walk.pdf 


Saturday 11th August - Julie Bird. Details to be confirmed.


Saturday 8th September - David Georgeson. Meet at the Lickey Hills Visitor Centre. Warren Lane, Rednal, Birmingham, West Midlands, B45 8ER.


Saturday 13th October - Sallyann, Rachel and Christine. Wekkesford on Avon..


Saturday 10th November - Penny Owens. Crowle, visiting places associated with World War 1 soldiers on the Crowle War Memorial..


Saturday 8th December - NO WALK!




WALKERS are reminded that they walk entirely at their own risk and the Association cannot be held responsible for any misadventure or accident involving an individual or the walking group as a result of the walk. It is for each participant to decide on their own fitness before joining the walk, and to dress and wear suitable footwear appropriate to the walk and the weather of the day. Members who have a mobile phone are requested to bring this with them for use in the event of an emergency.
LEADERS should advise the level of the difficulty of the walk before beginning - styles, obstacles etc. and the leader and back-marker should wear high-visibility vests when walking on public roads. It is also advisable to carry a whistle to alert walkers of impending hazards or to summon assistance.