Sunday Walks All Start at 10.00am 




22 October Middle Littleton 6 miles (E/M)

Mostly level walk along the river apart from ascent up Cleeve Hill.

Meet at Crabbs Cross at 09.15 or 10.00 in Middle Littleton.

WR11 8LL GR SP078469. Cars can be parked at the beginning of Manor Road, which is opposite British Legion Club, but car sharing advised as space limited. Leaders Chris Broadhurst 01527 456828 or 07527268494 and Rosemarie Davies



5 November Bumble Hole, Dudley 8 miles (M)

Several steep sections.

Meet Crabbs Cross 09.00 or Bumble Hole Car Park, Windmill End, Dudley, (behind closed Dry Dock pub) SO953880 or DY2 9HS.

Canals, fields, woods.

(Small car park so car share necessary) Leader Alex Koscica 01527 522013 or 07787382522


19 November Alvechurch & Rowney Green 8 Miles (M)

Meet at the public car park, off Tanyard Lane, Alvechurch.

(At the rear of the Red Lion public house). B48 7UA

Leaders Pete & Chris Reynolds 07443522926


26 November Warwick 5.5 miles (E)

Meet Crabbs Cross 09.15 or the car park (paying) at Bread and Meat Close, adjacent to Hill Close Gardens, CV34 6HF.

Walk via the Racecourse, canal towpath and River Avon with attractive view of Warwick Castle.

Leader Mary Moore 01527 455289 or 07922112491



3 December Hampton Lovett 7 miles (E/M)

Start point Doverdale Lane in Hampton Lovett, WR9 OXN, park on side of road. Covers farm tracks, country lanes and fields, generally easy walking with few stiles.

Leader Terry Dean 07802320779


10 December Lickey and Cofton 5 miles (E/M)

Start at Lickey Hills Visitors Centre car park B45 8ER.

Around Lickey golf course, Cofton Park and reservoirs.

As we start at the top we descend steeply, then flat until we finish with a slow climb through the Lickeys back to the car park.

No stiles.

Leader Terry Dean 07802320779


17 December Christmas lights walk in Stratford-on-Avon 5 miles (E) 

Depart Crabbs Cross 1.15 pm, or meet in front of the main theatre 2pm.

Leader Malcolm Hall 01527 523985 or 07747771210.

Please note: this is an afternoon walk.



Leaders are requested to give advance notice of details and grade of ramble and appoint a backmarker. They will also ensure the group follow the Countryside Code - i.e. single file through crops, use right hand side on roads, use stiles where provided, and gates to be left as they were found. They will also advise if a pub stop and/or lunch are intended.


Leaders are reminded they set & control the pace of the walk to reflect  the differing abilities of the group. They do not allow the pace to be forced by other members. Walking should be enjoyable for all members.


Ramblers join walks at their own risk, and for their own safety are requested to stay behind the leader and in front of the back marker. 
It is advisable to wear suitable footwear and to take sufficient fluids to drink with you. 
Leaders and ramblers should be aware that 999 or 112 should be dialled in case of injury or collapse or where health is giving serious cause for concern. ‘Better safe than sorry.’
Useful basic first aid guidance and a downloadable app is found at


When a ramble is to take place, and severe weather occurs, please contact leader, Rambles Secretary, or Visit the Website in case there have been changes to the arrangements


Meeting at Crabbs Cross Car Park is optional and allows for car sharing which we encourage to
save both the environment and costs. Please note that if leaders provide a time for meeting at Crabbs Cross it is
their responsibility to arrange for either themselves, or a deputy, to attend in order to ensure that everyone wishing
to join the walk is accommodated. Any contribution to costs is voluntary. The car park is opposite the Fish and Chip
Shop on the Evesham Road near the 5 way roundabout.
All postcodes given in the walks descriptions are the nearest available so are approximate.