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Below are a list of walk reports we have completed. We hope you enjoy reading them and please join us for our next walk.
Walk #1 – East Hagbourne Rambers
July 10th, being very close to the summer solstice, 7 of us took advantage of the extended daylight hours to take our longest ramble of the year – nearly 9-miles. The weather was partly cloudy and mild – ideal for such a sojourn.
Walk #2 – East Hagbourne Rambers
August 14th looked cloudy and cool as 14 of us started this ramble, but that’s just fine for walkers and we even saw some sunshine before we finished at 5 in the evening.
Walk #3 – East Hagbourne Rambers
October 9th was cloudy but dry, windy but mild; this adds up to fine rambling weather for the 11 participants who gathered at Upper Cross for this month’s Village Ramble.
Walk #4 – East Hagbourne Rambers
What a lovely day. 13 November, Remembrance Sunday, was clear, dry and mild. I wasn’t the only one who thought so, 16 other ramblers arrived to enjoy the opportunity of stretching our legs on this beautiful day.
Walk #5 – East Hagbourne Rambers
December 11. Only ten days from the winter solstice and a forecast of heavy showers. This walk needed to be short – and it was. Only six people showed up, but we were dressed for anything! Fortunately, the weather was kind as we did a quick tour of some neighbouring villages.
Walk #6 – East Hagbourne Rambers
Mea culpa: There was a New Years walk on 1 January and nearly thirty hardy folks enjoyed it, but your erstwhile leader did mess up on the starting time causing the valiant who had dutifully arrived at 1:00 (as listed in this fine publication) to wait a damp and chilly half-hour for those who arrived at 1:30, the time that I listed in a later email. Apologies. Am I fired?
Walk #7 – East Hagbourne Rambers
February 12th. Cloudy, but finally above freezing and 18 people decided to participate in our Village Ramble. We chose a familiar route leading to Upper Chance Farm in the hopes of getting some pleasant views of the snow-covered landscape spread out before us.
Walk #8 – East Hagbourne Rambers
Sunday 11th March, a warm and sunny afternoon. 20 people and 1 dog ready for a good walk.
Walk #9 – East Hagbourne Rambers
Sunday the 8th of April, Easter. Cloudy, windy and cool, but 15 folks still assembled for our monthly ramble.
Walk #10 – East Hagbourne Rambers
Sunday the 13th of May. May is often the loveliest month for rambling and today was no exception: it was sunny with a few, scattered clouds and dry – quite a change from the previous week.
Walk #11 – East Hagbourne Rambers
Sunday 10th June, a dry but slightly cloudy day, 15 people (and 1 dog) looking for a good walk.