There will be six Country Walks during 2021 taking place on the dates shown below, including a Post-Christmas walk. There will be a mix of demanding, moderate and relatively easy walks. There is no charge for participating in our walks and details of each walk will be given in the Society’s regular e-mail and on this site. For further information please contact Clive Rayment on email@example.com
Booking a place on a walk
No booking is required, just turn up for a walk at the meeting point and time given on the website and in the Society’s monthly email of events. There is no charge. If you need any information about the walks, contact Clive Rayment on e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
This year’s walks
We will meet in the car park of St. Wulstan’s Local Nature Reserve (Post Code WR14 4JA). From there we take paths out of the Reserve leading to Abbey School and Kings Road. We then head up Richmond Pitch to the A449 onto Hollywell Road and climb past an old quarry incline railway to reach Wynds Point. Past the Malvern Hills Hotel (toilet stop and snacks from The Kiosk available here) and then over the A449 to the car park. We will head down past the reservoir, past Tinkers Hill to join the lane that takes us to Little Malvern Court and Little Malvern Priory Church. We then cross the A4104, with care, to the car park, join a field path to Watery Lane and then into Chase Road and St Wulstan’s Drive. We walk down to the Reserve to get back to our starting point.
The walk is approximately 5 miles long taking up to 3 hours.
Dogs are not permitted.
The walk is rated as moderate with some steep and difficult sections but with plenty of interesting things to see. There are 5 stiles. Good, stout, walking boots are essential.
The walk is being led by Peter Clement.
Planning for this walk is still being undertaken. Details will be released as soon as possible
We will meet up at the end of Brockhill Road by the Downs School (Post Code WR13 6EY). From the school we will make our way through the Purlieu, past some notable sites and onto the Wyche Free Church, walking above Jubilee Drive, to the Chase Inn for lunch (subject to any prevailing Covid19 restrictions) Telephone 01684 540276 for details. Downhill through “tree heaven” and the smoke vents from the railway tunnel to Stephen Ballard’s house and then back to the garden at the Downs school. Lunch will be taken mid walk.
Dogs would need to be on leads.
There are four stiles and some steep paths where a stick would be handy. Stout boots will be essential as we will be walking mainly on footpaths.
The walk is approximately 4 miles and with a stop for lunch, will take about 3 hours and is rated as moderate.
The walk is being led by Diana and Dick Stockford.