There will be eight Country Walks during 2020 taking place on a mixture of Saturdays and Thursdays during March to July, September and October and finally a Christmas/New Year walk on Monday 28th December.

The walks on Saturdays will start at 10am and all the Thursday walks will begin at 2pm. There will be a mix of demanding, moderate and relatively easy walks. Details of each walk will be given in the Society’s monthly email to members and on the website. For further information please contact Clive Rayment oncountrywalks@malverncivicsociety.org.uk

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: countrywalks@malverncivicsociety.org.uk

This year’s walks

Sep
17
Thu
Country Walk : A stroll around the quieter streets of Malvern @ Nags Head Pub
Sep 17 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
We meet opposite the Nags Head Pub with street parking available in Moorlands Road. This is a gentle stroll towards Great Malvern through Malvern’s quieter streets and then returning to Moorlands Road. Mainly pavement walking with some gentle slopes. The walk will cover about 2 miles and will take about an hour. Walking boots or comfortable shoes are recommended. No dogs please. This walk will be led by Cheryl Robertson.
Oct
17
Sat
Country Walk : An Autumn Walk to Mathon and back across some beautiful and undulating countryside @ Malvern Hills Trust Car Park, Beacon Road
Oct 17 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

We meet at the Malvern Trust Car park on Beacon Road, Upper Colwall. (free to those holding parking permits otherwise a charge of £4.40). Some street parking available in the vicinity). The start and end of this walk is also on the route of the 675 bus (the Wyche Cutting. Stop) This is a hilly walk through a mixture of woodland and open countryside. There will also be some walking on roads and tracks. We should be able to take in some autumnal colours at this time of year.

The approximate distance of the walk is 6 miles so allow 2-3 hours.

The walk will be very muddy if it has been raining so stout walking boots are recommended.

No dogs please, as we will be walking through a number of fields with. sheep and cattle.

Lunch can be arranged at the Wyche Inn on our return

This walk will be led by Clive Rayment.

Dec
28
Mon
A Christmas/New Year Walk
Dec 28 @ 10:30 am

Vice-President and former Chairman Roger Sutton will lead a walk on Bredon Hill. Further details will be given on the Society’s monthly bulletin later in the year.