Type of Website: Walking Group

*Hampshire & Wight Christian Walkers
Overview

'We are a walking group with, typically, a couple of walks each month, on Saturdays, in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight (England, UK). Walks are 5 - 14 miles long, usually with a picnic or pub lunch, and sometimes a certain kind of tea afterwards!'

*Hampshire 20s & 30s Walking Group
Overview

'We are an active group and have at least one walk most weekends – though they often go on the website just a week or two ahead of the walk ... We are also keen for people new to walking to give us a go – we have some short walks as well as long ones, we tend not to walk at break-neck speed and the walk descriptions usually give you an idea of whether or not there are lots of hills.'

*Hampstead & District Ramblers
Overview

This is the Group's 'new' Website. The former Website Included access to details of a dozen or so Self-guided Walks but at the time of Review [8 March 2016] I could no longer find these details.

*Harris Hikers Walking Group
Overview

'We walk every Thursday and Saturday, New Years day and May Day. How many walk? Walks take place as long as there are at least 2 wanting to walk on that day. More walk on a Thursday than on a Saturday.'

*Harrogate 'Open Country'
Overview

Helping People with Disabilities to Access the Countryside

'Open Country is a Harrogate-based organisation that seeks to enable anyone with any disability to access the countryside. We achieve this through a variety of countryside activities and the provision of information, training and advice. Fully accessible transport is provided and teams of trained volunteers are on hand to offer assistance as necessary.'

*Harrogate Fell and Dale Club
Overview

'We have approximately 100 members who mostly live in the Harrogate District (including Harrogate, Knaresborough, Ripon, Pateley Bridge, Wetherby).'

*Harrogate Rambling Club
Overview

'Offers walks in the beautiful dales and moors of North Yorkshire. Come and join us for great walks in good company. The club was formed in 1936, has over 350 members and organises over 400 walks a year. We are affiliated to The Ramblers’ Association.'

*Harrow + Wembley Outdoor Group
Overview

'Welcome to North-West London's best and most active outdoor group. HAWOG is one of the oldest Youth Hostelling Association (YHA) and outdoor groups in the country with a history dating back to 1936 ...'

*Hartlepool Rambling Club
Overview

'Organise walks every 1st and 3rd Sunday in the month: A-party 12 - 14 miles; B-party 9 - 11 miles; C-party Approx. 8 miles.'

*Havac Walkers
Overview

'We organise seven winter walks, offering a distance of 10k or 20k. These are held on the first Sunday during the winter, beginning in October ... We also organise seven summer walks, which are held on a Monday evening. These are 10k , and are held every other Monday beginning in late May ... Walks are within a radius of 25 miles of Haverhill ... You can walk with a group, or on your own ... There is no better way to see the countryside, and to keep healthy.'

*Havering and East London Ramblers
Overview

'A friendly group of people who enjoy walking and, some say, talking. We are based in the Romford, Hornchurch, Upminster Harold wood, Rainham areas as well as Barking and Dagenham and East London.'

*Hebden Bridge & Mytholmroyd Walkers Action
Overview

'A group of local people who love walking and want to encourage others to share our enjoyment. Hebden Bridge was the first Walkers are Welcome town and we aim to make it a great place for walkers to visit. We hope you enjoy discovering our beautiful south Pennines countryside in Yorkshire.'

*Henshaws Hikers
Overview

'Improve your fitness, get some fresh air, enjoy some beautiful scenery and make new friends! Our walking group are aged between 20 and 90 years old and you don’t need to have lots of experience with walking. The walks are a full day with a  break for lunch so you do need to be able to walk approximately 6-7 miles.'

*Hertfordshire Gay Outdoor Club
Overview

'The Hertfordshire Group walks on the 2nd Saturday of each month. The Group covers all of Hertfordshire and sometimes organises invasion parties into neighbouring counties.'

*Highland Disabled Ramblers
Overview

'Highland Disabled Ramblers exists to enable people with disabilities to access the wonderful Highland countryside in a safe, organised, and friendly manner ... [It] is a varied group of over 50 members throughout the Scottish Highlands. It was formed in 2001 and is run by disabled people with able bodied friends. HDR respects the country code and observes all aspects of safety ... Rambles are held on a monthly basis, but during the summer it is sometimes twice a month; on weekdays or on Saturdays.'

*Highland Hillwalking Club
Overview

'Formed in 1978 to provide a friendly and safe framework for the pursuit of hillwalking throughout the Highlands and Islands. We meet for day and weekend meets. A day meet can involve climbing one or more hills over 1000m (3000 feet) in height and walking 12 or more miles. So a reasonable level of fitness is important and whilst the summits of most hills are attainable via walking routes some may require a bit of scrambling and a head for heights ...'

*Hike Essex
Overview

'An established walking group for people typically in their 20′s, 30′s and 40′s. We have walks every weekend, as well as mid week evening walks between Spring and Autumn, around the Essex countryside.'

*Hike MK
Overview

'A walking group for younger adults of the Milton Keynes & North Buckinghamshire area. The Group is one of the Ramblers' network of Hike 20s-30s Groups. We organise walks on a regular basis, with a leader. Walk lengths vary between 4 and 12 miles on average and may take place over a half-day, a full day or a weekend.'

*Hike On Lancashire
Overview

'Organises walks, social activities and weekends away for people in their 30's, 40's and 50's (although we don't have a strict age limit).' Formerly Lancashire Young Persons Walking Group.

*Hike Oxfordshire
Overview

'Most people come on two or three walks before joining the group officially so there is no problem your just coming on a walk to try the group out and we'd be happy to see you there ... Whilst this walking group was initiated to cater for people in their 20's and 30's, the membership also includes those over this age range. To cater for this we have a sister group, the Weekend Walkers.'

*Hinckley Ramblers
Overview

'We offer a full programme of walks and social events, throughout the year. Our walks are mainly in Leicestershire with Bradgate Park, Bosworth Battle Field and the National Forest all nearby. We also travel to the Cotswolds, the Derbyshire Peak District and other counties within the Midlands.'

*Holywell Rambling Club
Overview

'Holywell Rambling is one of the oldest rambling clubs in North Wales. It was formed in 1956 as a result of a conversation on a bus journey. This resulted in one the participants, Fred Long, calling a public meeting to form a Rambling Club ... The club is affiliated to the Ramblers’ Association but its walking activities are totally independent. It does however support all the RA objectives and members have and continue to hold posts within the local RA structures.'

*Houghton and District Ramblers
Overview

'Founded on the 16th October 1975 as Bursgreen Ramblers. The name was changed in 2004. We organise walks in County Durham, Weardale, Northumberland, North Yorks, The Lake District, Cumbria & Teesdale ... Houghton & District Ramblers is a independent group. It is not necessary to be a member of the RA to be a member of H&DR but many members are.'

*Ibex Mountain & Hill Walking Club
Overview

'A hiking, mountaineering and trekking club based in London. New members are always welcome.'

*Inverclyde Ramblers
Overview

'Most of our walks are within driving distance of Greenock. Walks include local hills and walkways to Munros all over Scotland. Walks range from easy strolls right through to strenuous mountain walks.'

*Ipswich & District Ramblers
Overview

'We are a large and welcoming group, of mixed ages and backgrounds. We all enjoy walking in this beautiful area which is blessed with a wide variety of countryside, estuaries, heathland, forests and of course our Heritage Coast.'

*Ipswich Outdoor Group
Overview

'We hold day or evening walks and cycle rides in the local area. We also arrange longer trips away in the UK, often on Bank Holiday weekends. These may be to hilly and mountainous countryside, to slightly less demanding terrain or to coastal areas. The accommodation is usually in Youth Hostels, although sometimes we camp or stay in bunkhouses.'

*Ise Valley Vagabonds Walking Club
Overview

'We are a UK walking club based at Wellingborough, in Northamptonshire ... We support and assist with the England IML International "Waendel Walk" in May each year which is also based in Wellingborough ... The organisation is a member of the British Walking Federation (BWF) and, through this, a member of the International Federation of Popular Sports (IVV).'

*Islwyn Ramblers
Overview

'Rambling around the Ebbw and Sirhowy valleys ...'

*Ivel Valley Walkers
Overview

'Bedfordshire's largest and most active walking group ... We currently have around 350 members, many of whom walk with us on a regular basis. Members of other local groups often join us too, knowing they will get a good walk and a friendly welcome. We regularly welcome new people on our walks and many go on to become members.'

*Ivybridge Walking Club
Overview

'We walk fortnightly on a Sunday, regardless of weather conditions .. Walks are generally 3-4 hours in length, with the distance travelled dependent on the terrain and conditions ... Some walks may be strenuous with moorland or coastal path stretches ... Please arrive at the start point suitably equipped because the Walk Leader may refuse to take you if you are not, as this can affect the safety and well-being of the whole group. Everyone walking with our Group does so at their own risk.'

*Kendal Fellwalkers
Overview

'We cater for walkers who want to walk in the Lake District and Yorkshire Dales National Parks and surrounding areas. We are a local club run by and for members therefore unfortunately we do not cater for visitors holidaying in the Lake District.'

*Kenilworth Footpath Preservation Group
Overview

'Our main aim is to clear and waymark a hundred plus rights of way - footpaths and bridleways in Kenilworth and the surrounding parishes, to make sure that all the paths in our latest booklet Kenilworth and Beyond are always open, accessible and clearly marked. This involves building stiles, gates and bridges, path clearance and waymarking with blue and yellow arrows. In addition we hold two social events each year in August and December.'

*Kensington, Chelsea and Westminster Ramblers
Overview

'The Kensington, Chelsea and Westminster Group was formed in 1991 when more London Groups were needed as a result of expanding membership in the London area. Our members, united by a love of walking, have a wide range of ages, backgrounds and other interests.'

*Kernow Boots
Overview

'Aimed at working age people within Cornwall. Our well-established group is going from strength to strength with a growing membership and an average of 15-17 people on each of our walks. We currently have a jam-packed walks programme with very few weekends without a walk. Our walks cover a large part of Cornwall and vary in length and scenery.'

*Kettering and District Rambling Club
Overview

'Established in 1937 and exists to: * Promote walking, friendship and enjoyment of the countryside in and around Northamptonshire; * Increase awareness of the many attractive areas within a short distance of Kettering; * Protect and champion the right of access along designated Rights of Way.'

*Kilbroney Ramblers
Overview

'This Group was formed on 24th April 2013 ... Members come from the South Down, South Armagh area, specifically Rathfriland, Rostrevor, Warrenpoint and Newry. We also have members from Dundalk, Drogheda and Navan.'

*Kingston Ramblers
Overview

'Kingston Ramblers lead walks in Surrey and the surrounding counties. The rambles take place on Saturdays, Sundays and Wednesdays. The walks are for a range of abilities and vary from 5 to 12+ miles. Saturday and Wednesday walks are by public transport. Sunday walks are by car sharing from Surbiton Clock Tower (SCT). Sunday walks tend to be longer and the pace is sometimes faster.'

*Kinross & Ochil Ramblers
Overview

'A friendly group which organises a range of walks. The Tuesday Walkers meet fortnightly in Kinross for a two hour walk, maximum 4 miles, which always ends at a coffee shop. The weekend walks are also fortnightly, alternating between Saturday and Sunday. Most walks are C or C+ grade, 5 to 8 miles, but there is also the odd excursion to bag a Munro.'

*Lancaster & Morecambe Walking & Social Group
Overview

'We are a group of people who enjoy walking and organise weekly walks in and around the Lancaster & Morecambe area, the Lake District and surrounds. Our walks are held each Sunday and full details can be found on our programme page. We do not run a paid membership scheme and all are welcome to come along and join in the walks.'

*Lancaster Fellwalkers
Overview

'The club exists for its members and its long history confirms that it is fulfilling their needs in providing healthy exercise in the open air in beautiful surroundings, challenging walks at all levels and good company and friendship.'

*LDWA - Beds, Bucks & Northants
Overview

'Greetings fellow walkers and welcome to BBN. Our group covers the three counties of Beds, Bucks and Northants, a large geographical area with a wide range of landscapes both natural and altered by man. The Chilterns have great views in all directions and some short but steep "ups". We offer two Challenge walks each year to entice you to our part of England and Social walks on most Thursdays and Sundays. Do come and join us - you can be sure of a warm welcome AND a good walk.'

*LDWA - Bristol and West
Overview

’We organise social walks and challenge walks.  Our geographical area is Somerset, Bristol and Gloucestershire with a stomping ground of the Mendips, Cotswolds and the Forest of Dean though sometimes we stray further afield.  Non-members are welcome to try one or two walks prior to joining the LDWA.’

*LDWA - Calderdale
Overview

'The Group on the West Yorkshire border with Lancashire are from a catchment area with the postcodes HX & OL14 and have a programme of social walks which is published in Strider ... Prospective members of the LDWA are welcome to join one of the social walks for a trial period, but should be aware that walks are around 20 miles at a reasonable pace and that it is advisable to make contact with the Leader beforehand to confirm details. All walks are to the strength of the slowest walker.'

*LDWA - Cleveland
Overview

'Established since 1982, we are a friendly bunch who welcome new members and visitors alike. We have been doing one social walk each month; however from 2012 we will be doing two walks a month, one of which will be a shorter walk around 16 miles ... We walk on the Cleveland Hills, North Yorkshire Moors, Yorkshire & Durham Dales, Coast and the Lake District.'

*LDWA - Cornwall & Devon
Overview

'Our first group walk was held on 23rd March 1980, since then we must have collectively walked many thousands of miles and are still going strong! ... You will find our walks programme on this website. It is also published in the LDWA national magazine Strider, on the national LDWA website and in our own group magazine "Footnotes".'

*LDWA - Cumbria
Overview

'We are a small group numerically but are favoured by easy access to vast areas of magnificent countryside. Most of the members live in or around Carlisle, Keswick and Penrith so our walks usually feature the Lake District, Northern Pennines and Border Country. Currently we have a monthly social walk at which LDWA members and their guests are guaranteed to receive a friendly welcome. We are also pleased to welcome any non-LDWA members interested in learning more about us and the Association. It is suggested that anyone wishing to join one of our walks should contact the Walk Leader or Walks Secretary before the walk to confirm details ...'

*LDWA - Dorset
Overview

'The Dorset Group of the LDWA was founded in 1993. The Group organises regular social walks nd two challenge walks each year, one being the Dorset Doddle, a 32 mile walk along the coastal path from Weymouth to Swanage.'

*LDWA - East Lancashire
Overview

'Our main social walks are at the weekend, normally a Sunday, and these average twenty miles in length. This would take about eight hours to complete and all walkers need to carry enough food and drink to last the day. We like to visit different areas eg the West Pennine Moors, Lune Valley, Yorkshire Dales etc ...'

*LDWA - East Yorkshire
Overview

Details of the activities of this Area's Group - including the Group Walks, usually held weekly on a Wednesday, and their Challenge Events.

*LDWA - Essex & Herts
Overview

'If you look in our calendar, you will see some of the events organized by our Group. Only members of the LDWA are automatically allowed to participate in our social walks but, by arrangement, we welcome visitors who are not members. As our name implies, we cover substantial distances on our walks and maintain a brisk pace across country using footpaths that may not be as well maintained as we would wish.'

*LDWA - Heart of Scotland
Overview

'The Heart of Scotland Group of the Long Distance Walkers Association arranges walks roughly in the area of Perth & Kinross, Fife, Angus, Tayside and Stirling ... LDWA members and friends, whether from the area or not, are warmly invited to come on the walks.'

*LDWA - Isle of Wight
Overview

'The IOW LDWA Group was re-formed in April 2013 after a seventeen-year lapse ... A wide variety of coastal and inland walks have now been established to attract walkers of all ages. Distances from 10 to 73 miles are covered, and a 24 hour round-the-island walk is programmed each year for the same day (and direction) as the Round the Island Yacht Race.'

*LDWA - Kent
Overview

'One of the earlier groups in the Association, Kent Group of the LDWA was established in 1974. It is an active group with over 100 current members.'

*LDWA - Lakeland
Overview

Group formed in 2014 by the amalgamation of the former Westmorland and North Lancs and the Morecambe Bay & Bowland LDWA Groups.

*LDWA - Lincolnshire
Overview

'Lincolnshire Group are drawn from a catchment area with the postcodes DN, LN, PE, LH13, NG31,32,33,&34. and have a varied programme of social walks which is published in Strider. Any member of the LDWA can walk with the Group and can if they wish elect to have Lincolnshire as the Group of their choice. Prospective members of the LDWA are welcome to join one of the social walks for a trial period, but should be aware that walks are around 20 miles at a reasonable pace and that it is advisable to make contact with the leader beforehand to confirm details.'

*LDWA - London
Overview

'Join us for 20 mile day walks with a pub lunch in the country a train ride from London.'

[From the History of the Group] 'London Group? "After talking to several members in the London area it appears there may be scope for a London group. That does not mean walks around Piccadilly Circus, Big Ben and Waterloo Station. The idea would be to form a local group from members in the London region to walk, basically, wherever they want to. There is in fact a great deal of countryside around London, and considerably more just beyond. If anyone is interested please contact ...".

*LDWA - Marches
Overview

'Our members belong to the LDWA who live along the Welsh Marches and in the English Counties of Shropshire and Herefordshire.'

*LDWA - Norfolk and Suffolk
Overview

'We are an active group and hold four events per year which are open to everyone to participate ...'

*LDWA - North West Grampian
Overview

'We are a new (September 2015), but very enthusiastic group, serving a relatively large area of Northern Scotland, centred roughly between Inverness and Aberdeen and reaching down through the Cairngorm National Park to the northern borders of our sister group Heart of Scotland.'

*LDWA - North Yorkshire
Overview

'We are a friendly bunch who gather at least twice a month to tramp over the moors, dawdle in the dales or even cruise the coast from time to time. Our emphasis is on sociable walks and our enterprising walk leaders aim to cover the diversity of Yorkshire’s scenery often using little-known paths. Why not give us a try?'

*LDWA - Northumbria
Overview

'Caters for many kinds of walking, from an organised challenge event to informal strolls. The only criterion is that all walks should be enjoyable, provide friendship, exercise and stimulation for the body and mind.'

*LDWA - South Wales
Overview

Where do we walk? 'Anywhere in South Wales and adjacent areas. We are indeed fortunate in covering an extremely varied area of countryside extending from the Wye Valley in the east, through to the Gower Peninsular in the west; this, of course, includes the Brecon Beacons National park and all the other mountains, valleys, coastal and farmland areas in between.'

*LDWA - Staffordshire
Overview

'New members and guests are invited to join us on any of our walks and are assured of a warm welcome. There will be a pub stop on the day walks unless stated.'

*LDWA - Sussex
Overview

'We organise walks and events in East and West Sussex - and occasionally further afield. Walks vary in length but are normally between 15 and 25 miles, depending upon the season. They offer a challenge and the opportunity to explore new areas and meet new people. You are most welcome to join any walk in the programme.'

*LDWA - Thames Valley
Overview

'We have a fine selection of social walks throughout the year. Most are in Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, or Berkshire, though we occasionally stray further afield. Naturally, the River Thames and the Chiltern Hills feature in many of our walks, which we aim to make friendly and enjoyable outings with a leader to guide us through the day. On most of our walks, unless it says otherwise in the programme, you should bring food and drink for lunch and snacks. If the leader has planned for the group to eat lunch in a pub this will be clearly stated in the programme.'

*LDWA - The Irregulars
Overview

'The Irregulars are a walking group, mainly made up of folks from Yorkshire & Lancashire and all counties in between. Unlike other LDWA Local Groups, The Irregulars are classed as non-geographical, which means our members are not allocated to us based on their post code.  Instead a love of good & interesting walking, has attracted members of other LDWA groups, to join us.'

*LDWA - Wessex
Overview

'The Wessex Group walks cover footpaths over all terrains over a large area of Southern England mainly centred on Hampshire but regularly include areas of adjoining counties. Our popular social walks are held twice monthly (usually the 1st and 3rd Sundays), are between 15 and 25 miles, and almost always include a pub stop of approx. 1 hour for refreshments/lunch.'

*LDWA - Wiltshire
Overview

'We organise walks throughout Wiltshire and regularly venture into Gloucestershire and Somerset. We are particularly pleased to see new members, making every effort to make them feel at home, and hopefully take an active part in the group ... Throughout the year we generally walk on the first Sunday of the month, starting at 9am prompt, and generally cover around 18 to 20 miles ... Our midweek walks take place on the third Thursday of every month and are between 12 and 16 miles. These walks start at 9.30am ...'

*LDWA - Yorkshire Coast
Overview

'The Yorkshire Coast Group is based in and around Scarborough on the East Coast of North Yorkshire. We have around 70 members from all walks of life and give a friendly welcome to anyone who would like to join us.'

*Lea Valley Friends
Overview

'Come and join us for a stroll in the Lee Valley Regional Park - London's biggest open space, with country parks, nature reserves, urban green spaces and heritage sites, or enjoy one of our walks through the ancient woodlands of Epping Forest, with its old commons, heaths and 150 ponds and lakes (you could be with us when we find the "lost pond" !) ...'

*Leeds CHA Rambling & Social Club
Overview

'Leeds CHA was established in 1898 and we currently have over 300 members. Despite our size, we remain a friendly club and welcome any new members wishing to come along and join us for walks and get a taste of what our club has to offer. We cater for all levels of fitness and often run several walks each week that vary in distance and difficulty.'

*Leeds YHA Walking Group
Overview

'We are a friendly group of people who enjoy walks and outdoor activities. We have been running for over 76 years. We do: Walks or activity most weekends; A weekend away, most months; During the summer we go on wide range of walks around the Leeds area every Tuesday night starting at 7.30 pm.'

*Leicester Hiking & Hostelling Group
Overview

'Each year we organise a variety of weekends away, ranging from hard mountain walking to city breaks, usually staying in youth hostels. In addition, we do day walks in the local area and a range of social events.'

*Leicestershire & Rutland Walking Group
Overview

'Walking with the Leicestershire and Rutland Walking Group is a great way to get exercise, socialising while you go! The group is an active and friendly walking club for people in their 20s, 30s and 40's. It caters for a wide range of abilities and fitness levels and welcomes new members ...'

*Leigh-on-Sea and District HF Rambling Group
Overview

'We walk at a leisurely pace, talk a lot and the atmosphere is relaxed and friendly ... Have you ever thought that you need more exercise? Well, walking with us is a fairly painless pursuit as we're not into route marches or hill walking ...'

*Lewes Footpaths Group
Overview

'We are a friendly walking group that arranges a regular programme of walks, social events, coach outings, and holidays for members. We also maintain rights of way in the area, provide courses for members on map reading and becoming walk leaders. We have produced books of walks in our local region.'

*Lincolnshire Gay Outdoor Club
Overview

'The Lincolnshire Group organise regular monthly walks and meet all over the county. Several of the regular Lincoln walkers also join in East Midlands GOC events. Due to this fact we occasionally decide to combine events. Always check out the East Midlands events, walks, camping weekends, canal trips etc.'

*Lincolnshire Vikings Walking Club
Overview

'Series Events are walks on either a Sunday morning or Summer Tuesday/Wednesday evening with a published start time. You can walk either independently or as part of a group.'.

'Permanent Trails are walk routes which you can walk at any time of the year ... If you are downloading to walk at a later date, please remember to check if an updated route description is available before setting out ... '.

*Lincolnshire Walking Group
Overview

'Group of the Ramblers aimed for people in their 20's, 30's and 40's. If you'd like to get away from the day to day stresses of modern life or you enjoy the countryside and you simply want to get some exercise, then we offer you an easy way to make new friends and enjoy the great outdoors.'

*Liverpool Ramblers
Overview

'We are a group of people who enjoy walking in the countryside with friends who share our enjoyment. We feel better, physically and mentally, after a good walk. We want to share with others the enjoyment and benefits we have have found from walking in the dales and fells.'

*Llanelli Ramblers
Overview

'A friendly and active collection of people who enjoy a varied and interesting programme of walks and social activities. Formed in 1984, the group has seen membership soar in recent years to over 300, making it the biggest RA group in West Wales.'

*Lliw Walking Club
Overview

'Formed in March 2005 by the Mawr Development Trust when trust member, Terry Davies, was handed the task of encouraging local communities to take part in planned walks throughout south and west Wales. The club now has more than 250 members and some 40 members regularly turn up to each walk ... The Lliw Walking Club was formed in June 2016. It has replaced the Mawr Walking Club which was formed in 2005. The renaming was necessary due to unforseen circumstances. It is just the name that has changed.'

*Loddon Valley Ramblers
Overview

'Come and walk with us! You will find us a friendly and welcoming group of people. There is no commitment when you first walk with us, but we will ask you to join Ramblers if after two or three times out with us, you would like to do more both with us and to support the campaigning work of the Ramblers nationally ... '

*London Christian Walking Club
Overview

'We meet at least once a month usually for a walk of about 10 miles, enjoying the countryside within striking distance of London, or the more picturesque parts of London itself.'

*London Tubewalkers
Overview

'London Tubewalkers are a group of people who are walking between all the stations, however instead of doing it on a line-by-line basis, they are doing it alphabetically. They are going at a very leisurely pace and you can join them on their walks.'

*Longdendale and Glossopdale Footpath Preservation Society
Overview

'Established in 1975 with the aim of preserving our local footpaths by walking them, we are forty years old and have a membership of around 150 people ... Glossop Walkers are a local group of friends with a common interest in enjoying the beautiful countryside that surrounds us.'

*Macclesfield Rambling Club
Overview

'There are walks on most Sundays throughout the year and weekday evening pub walks in the summer. Walks are graded from short and easy for the less fit or beginner through to more strenuous hill walks ...'

*MAD Walkers
Overview

'Manchester and District Walkers (MAD Walkers) 20s and 30s group, a local group of the Ramblers Association for people who live in and around the Greater Manchester area.'

*Maesteg Ramblers
Overview

'Maesteg Ramblers is aimed at people of all ages. Our primary aim is to promote walking and to visit places that are just around the corner, that you may never have known were there.'

*Maghull Ramblers
Overview

'Maghull Rambling Club, formed in 1976, is a friendly, informal organisation which aims to provide country walks for people who either wish to start a new pastime, or who are already experienced in hill and mountain walking.'

*Malvern Hills District Footpath Society
Overview

'Welcome to the home of dedicated Malvern Hills District walkers, who enjoy everything to do with walking over, around, and across the Malvern Hills and surrounding countryside and bordering Counties ... '

*Mansfield CHA Rambling Club
Overview

'Our Club welcomes new members to our fortnightly rambles which take place on Saturdays, last pickup point is at 12.45 pm Mansfield Woodhouse Railway Station.'

*Manx Footpaths Conservation Group
Overview

Have published four books of walks in conjunction with Lily Publications: 'Each book contains various walks with corresponding maps and map references, directions and photographs pertaining to each individual walk. The books are designed specifically to fit inside a map case, which can be worn whilst walking. The route of each walk is superimposed onto these maps, therefore making it easier to follow the written text'.

*Medway Towns Footpath Group
Overview

'We are a walking group based in the Medway Towns. Our current membership is around 150 although it is unusual to have more than 40 members on a walk. We walk mainly on Sunday mornings with some longer Saturday walks and in summer occasional evening walks. We walk all year.'

*Melton Mowbray Ramblers
Overview

'We organise regular walks in the East Midlands with occasional forays further a-field. All walks are under the supervision of a leader.'

*Meopham and District Footpaths Group
Overview

'A very active organisation. There is a regular walks programme both within the parish of Meopham and further afield. Walks are held on Sundays and mid week throughout the year, with evening walks during the summer months ... The Group has now been in existence for 50 years and has over 250 members. It was formed out of adversity in 1962 when our Founder and President Mrs. Pat Wilson found a footpath, close to her home at Harvel, was closed by a major obstruction ...'

*Merseyside HF Ramblers
Overview

'Each weekend we have a programme of walks to suit all ages, levels and abilities. From beginners to more experienced walkers you can try some of our walks and find your own level ... Our Sunday walks take in the Lake District, North Wales, the Peak District and the Yorkshire Dales to name just a few. Don’t worry about transport, we arrange a coach to pick-up and drop-off at convenient locations. Saturday walks are more of a ‘ramble around the locality’ and walkers normally share transport. Once a month there is also a longer trip by coach.'

*Merseyside Young Walkers 20's-30's+
Overview

'We are a friendly and sociable group based in Liverpool with planned walks and socials with over 250 members in and around Merseyside. The Group is aimed at people in their 20’s, 30’s and the young at heart. We have members as far as North Wales, Southport, and Manchester and welcome anyone to our group.'

*Metropolitan Walkers
Overview

'The London-based walking group for people in their 20s and 30s. We organise walks in London and the South East as well as weekend trips throughout the UK. The group is run by volunteers and we welcome new members.'

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