Tendring Ramblers

Welcome to Tendring Ramblers

Settle down for a while and look through three new albums - Walk London 2018, the Long Melford walk and the Wix walk with all the photos now on the Gallery page 

Royal Wedding

 

 
We are always in the need of more volunteers to assist us, as follows:
1 - We wish to add some new blood to our committee, to fill vacant posts and help us plan for future walks and activities.
2 - We wish to recruit and train some new walk leaders as, with insufficient numbers of volunteers, we have been forced to reduce the number of both short and long walks. Training and support is available.

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We try to cater for most walking abilities by offering regular weekly walking on Thursdays and Sundays. Walks are usually between seven and ten miles long with the occasional of eleven to fourteen miles. We also try to organise shorter half-day walks of a gentler pace twice a month on a Thursday of four to five miles, depending on the availability of a leader. Most of our walking is in Tendring and the surrounding areas which include the Dedham Vale (Constable Country) and Suffolk. Occasional walks also take place to the north and west of Colchester, as well as in Suffolk.

Dog Logo The only dogs permitted on walks are Registered Assistance Dogs, which must be in harness at all times.

Festival of Walks 2018

Click any hyperlink for walk details:

 May 26

Saturday May 26th

South East Essex

 May 27

Sunday 27th May

Chelmer & Blackwater

 May 29

Tuesday 29th May

Brentwood

 May 30

Wednesday 30th May

Colchester

 May 31

Thursday 31st May

West Essex

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  • be part of Britain’s biggest walking charity
  • join a community of over 110,000 members
  • enjoy a wide range of membership benefits
  • choose from 38,000 led walks a year across England, Scotland and Wales
  • help us continue our charitable work to protect Britain’s footpaths and promote walking
Sunday, May 20, 2018