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Event Reports from Wiltshire, Gloucestershire & North Somerset Group

 

Cotswold Edge and Cam Long Down 7 October 18

14 Oct 2018 | Wiltshire, Gloucestershire & North Somerset Group

Following a day of rain on the Saturday, Sunday dawned bright and sunny. Our starting point, Coaley Peak, provided a foretaste of things to come; with exceptionally clear views of the Severn Valley with its meandering river, the Malvern Hills beyond and the Black Mountains and the Sugar Loaf near Abergavenny in the distance.

Following the Cotswold Way, we reached Uley Bury, an Iron Age hill fort which had commanding views all around. We then dropped down steeply and climbed up again to reach Cam Long Down, where we sat down for our picnic lunches....
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Montpelier, St. Pauls & Kingsdown

17 Sep 2018 | Wiltshire, Gloucestershire & North Somerset Group

probably encouraged by a lovely morning, it looked like our jolly group of enthusiastic walkers plus 1 dog had met on Montpelier Station platform early (thank you guys). No hills & spectacular rolling landscape this time but some fine Georgian & Victorian architecture about to take centre stage one again, competing with some impressive street art. Finally finding ourselves at high Kingsdown we stopped at the Highbury Vaults for some great food & a beer
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Hinton evening walk

22 Jun 2018 | Wiltshire, Gloucestershire & North Somerset Group

Kenny, Bill, Mark & Rob met at the Bull pub at Hinton village & followed Stephen on an enjoyable evening stroll in lovely sunshine & in glorious countryside & joined the locals in the Bull later after salivating over a very sporty Rolls Royce in the car park!
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Tresham & Ozzleworth Bottom

18 Jun 2018 | Wiltshire, Gloucestershire & North Somerset Group

A slightly dodgy weather forecast probably convinced some regular walkers to stay in bed, but an enthusiastic group of 10 including new member Phil set off at a steady pace, not forgetting Ted the dog. We got rained on briefly but otherwise the weather was ideal for walking. Cathy kept the conversation flowing even during two challenging hill climbs. Thanks to Roddy for tea & toasted buns at his home.
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