Walk Leader and map reading Training remains available (free, but bring your own
lunch). Just contact Anita(see Contacts page for details).
Anyone wishing to offer to lead a walk please send details to Milton Scott, Programme
Secretary : Julie Nelson will remain the contact for full walk details and publication
of the Newsletter (precis of which will appear on this website). Milton’s and Julie’s
contact details are on the Contacts Page.
Peter Berry is trialling the role of Footpath Secretary; please report any footpath
problems to him (see Contacts Page for details)
After each walk, the walk leader is requested to send names of all participants to
Nenette Scrivener (see Contacts page for details)
A Committee vacancy still exists for Minutes Secretary.
The Hinckley Group programme can be viewed on www.hinckleyramblers.org.uk. See Contacts
page for other useful website addresses.
Sun 12th May, Market Bosworth. Meet and park at 10.00 at Market Bosworth Country
Park opposite the Bosworth Hall Hotel
Post code CV13 0LP.
Sun 19th May, National Forest. The National Forest walking festival starts on 18th
May and there is a fairly local short walk starting at Heather Lane (Woodland Trust
car park 1.5 miles SE of LE67 2TJ) on Sunday 19th at 10.30am. 4 miles, 2.5 hours,
Leisurely, QE Diamond Jubilee Wood visiting the art features, lakes, bird hides etc.
This is walk number 15 in the booklet. Anyone can turn up. Anita has some printed
copies of the booklet if anyone is interested; she will bring them to Peter Berry's
walk on May 12th.
Sun 19th May, Malvern. We will start this figure-of-8 walk at the Beacon Road car
park at Upper Wyche, (pay and display) at 10.00am. This walk is a circuit of the
Worcestershire Beacon to St Anne’s Well, which has a small café. This part is fairly
level and then downhill. We return to the car park where short walkers can finish
(pub & café nearby) and the longer walkers can cross the road and continue up Perseverance
and Jubilee Hill (great views) to extend the walk for another hour..
June 14th to 21st, Hadrian’s Wall. Currently 10 people have fully booked a self catering
house from Friday to Friday, but others may be interested in going for a shorter
period. Details to follow.
Sunday 11th August, Sherwood Forest. Driving time from Lutterworth is about 90 minutes.
Parking in the Visitor Centre. The walk has the option of being reduced to 9 miles.
It takes in Rufford Country Park , which has a country house, a ruined 12th Century
Abbey and a Sculpture Park.