Walking Club

Our walks are usually held once a month and are arranged by individual members of the club. All that needs to be done is to pick a route and add the details to the website events details page.

The distance of the walk is your choice and can be short or long. We've previously walked locally as well as further afield in Wales. Usually a picnic or pub lunch along the route is included, so this is a good incentive to get your walking boots on! Once details are published, members will contact you if they wish to participate.

December's walk was chosen by Penny and Richard and started at the picturesque Cotswold village of Lower Slaughter - see details below

Our next walk is on Saturday 1st December and is a Cotswold walk through pretty villages of Upper and Lower Slaughter stopping for lunch at the Black Horse Naunton, before walking back through the Windrush Valley. This is a shortened version of walk 25 in the Green OS Pathfinder Cotswolds walking book. Meet 10.30am Saturday 1st December in Lower Slaughter Parking is alongside the road in the village so we can start from outside The Slaughters Country Inn Distance 9.5 miles approx. fairly easy walking Lunch www.theblackhorsenaunton.co.uk Please let us know by midday Thursday 29th November if you are coming so I can book a table in the pub

Richard & Penny

Details of our next walk will appear here in due course.

Thanks to Trudy for the photos.

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Slaughters & Naunton walk 1dec18
Slaughters & Naunton walk 1dec18
Slaughters & Naunton walk 1dec18
Slaughters & Naunton walk 1dec18
Slaughters & Naunton walk 1dec18
Slaughters & Naunton walk 1dec18
Slaughters & Naunton walk 1dec18
Slaughters & Naunton walk 1dec18
Slaughters & Naunton walk 1dec18
Slaughters & Naunton walk 1dec18
Slaughters & Naunton walk 1dec18
Slaughters & Naunton walk 1dec18
Slaughters & Naunton walk 1dec18
Slaughters & Naunton walk 1dec18
Slaughters & Naunton walk 1dec18
Slaughters & Naunton walk 1dec18

Comments

Great to have 9 of us + our Cairn terrier on the walk despite the iffy weather. Actually although drizzling at the start we never had any serious rain, although in places it was very muddy underfoot.
The Cotswold scenery didn't disappoint, nor did the stop at the Black Horse halfway round where we enjoyed lovely food & drinks and rest.