Sunday Walks All Start at 10.00am 



Sunday 29th April 10am

(E/M) Bentley Common and Woodgate 6 Miles

Meet at Bentley Village Hall, Manor Road, Upper Bentley, B97 5TB. We have permission to park free at the village hall.

For car share, meet at Crabbs Cross Car park for a 9.30am departure. The leaders will not be at Crabbs Cross.   

Please car share if possible to limit the number of cars. Grid Ref 995-661.

A local walk through fields, lanes and woodland with 8 stiles. There are a few steep inclines, one involves climbing up some steep steps. 

Leaders The Two Jaynes’

Jayne Simmons Tel 07973 904706 Jayne Phillips Tel 07920 226944 


Sunday 6th May 10am

Meet at Crabbs Cross for a 09:15 departure. We WILL be calling in there on the way.

Parking: Oversley Green. There is no useful Postcode. 

Roadside parking at SP 092 570 close to the bridge over the River Arrow.

The big red marker labelled Alcester Town Football club in the centre of the Google map linked to below is next to the parking area. 

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The walk is approximately 8 miles and combines footpaths, tracks and some lanes. 

There are about 10 stiles all in good condition. 

The entry to Oversley wood might be a little awkward if there has been a lot of rain. 

Most of the walk is easy terrain but there is an ascent up to the top of Grove Hill and then the descent from it.

Hopefully, Oversley Wood will still have an impressive display of Bluebells and other wild flowers.


Leaders Sheena & Glen Theobald


Sunday 13th May

Coach Trip and Walks - Matlock Bath

Details to follow

Leader Malcolm Hall Tel 01527 523985 or 07747 771210  


Sunday 20th May 10am
(M) Hatton, Shrewley 7 Miles (approx)

Start of Walk Hatton Country Park (free car park) CV35-8XA

Meet at Crabbs Cross 9.10am
Easy walking some road, field and canal walking, 7 Stiles
A short walk though Shrewley tunnel
Leaders Glenda and Mike Browne 07847 301952


Sunday 3rd June 10am
(E) Flyford Flavell and Dormston 5 miles

Park in the road near the Boot Inn, Post Code WR7 4BS

The walk takes in attractive countryside and open farmland, the second part of the walk

follows the Millennium Way. It is mostly flat with some gentle gradients, there are 16 stiles.

Leaders Mike and Margaret McNicholas Tel 07741 630218


Sunday 10th June 10am

(E) Ombersley Area 6.5 miles

Details to follow

Leader Malcolm Hall Tel 01527 523985 or 07747 771210

Sunday 17th June 10am (Fathers’ Day)

(E) Kings Coughton 5-6 Miles

Park in Coughton Fields Lane near the ford. The lane is the 1st left immediately past Coughton Court (travelling from Redditch on the A435). Nearest Post code is B49 5JA

If possible meet at Crabbs Cross for car sharing at 9.20am due to limited parking in Coughton.  An easy walk through fields, meadows and tracks.     

Leader Lawrence Grubb Tel 01527 852431 or 07821 643995 


Sunday 24th June 10am

(E) Earlswood 6.5 Miles

Details to follow

Leader Lesley Stone Tel 07980 401009 







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 encourage and allows for car sharing to save both the environment and costs.  
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.