What we're about

We are a Suffolk based walking group that now caters for people of what we like to think is ' working age' people.
We were in our 20's to 30's years ago , but have all got older !.
But we are still young at heart :-)
Our walks generally range from 6 to 15 miles depending on time of the year.
Normally including pub stop or similar for refreshments after our picnic lunch.
We also have weekends away in different parts of the country.

We're part of The Ramblers Association, a national organisation that encourages people to get walking in the great outdoors.
It costs about £30 a year to join up , with that we ask you to try up to 3 walks to see if you enjoy it first.
Joining gives you access to all Ramblers walks nationally, as well as discounts for outdoor activities at various shops.
If you decide to join , we ask you to be allocated to us " Stour Walking " .
Our website is simple , but informative.
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On there you will find the current programme of walks & contact information.
Hope to see you soon !

Upcoming events (3)

Figure of eight from Great Bentley (6 miles + 3.5 miles). Jamie (07799 661710)

Meet at railway station car park. 6 mile loop in the morning, followed by a 3.5 mile loop. Starting with a walk around England's biggetsest village green at 43 acres. Bring a packed lunch.

Linear walk Haverhill to Wandlebury (14 miles). David and Valerie (07879 282882)

Please note this is a SATURDAY walk. Meet at car park by bus station in Ehringshausen way CB9 8DR, currently £2.20*. Return is by BUS which is currently £5.00*. Walk finishes at The Gog Farm shop and cafe here there will be time before the bus arrives. *Please note charges may change. Please bring a packed lunch.

Circular walk from Washbrook (11.5 miles). Eric (07305 896418)

Meet at end of Old London Road, Washbrook (abandoned dual carriageway, plenty of parking) postcode IP8 3JE. Walk out to Tattingstone via Wherstead. Pub stop at the Wheatsheaf, Tattingstone. Returning to starting point via Old Hall wood. Bring a packed lunch.

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