Type of Website: Walking Group

*Ramblers - Powys Area
Overview

'Powys Ramblers represent members of the Ramblers Association who reside within or close to the county of Powys in Mid Wales. There are now three active groups within the Powys Area: East Radnor, Four Wells and the Welshpool Group.' Site includes details of a score of 'Walks You Will Enjoy'.

*Ramblers - Shropshire Area
Overview

Details of Groups, Walks, Footpaths, and so on within the Shropshire area.

*Ramblers - Somerset Area
Overview

'Somerset Area Ramblers covers an area from Frome in the East of the County to Minehead in the West, from Clevedon in the North to Yeovil in the South. We have a large section of the coastal path stretching from Minehead to Clevedon, The Quantocks, parts of Exmoor, The Black Down Hills and The Mendips. Somerset Area Ramblers is the co-ordinating body for 8 of the Ramblers local groups.'

*Ramblers - South Yorkshire and North East Derbyshire Area
Overview

Access to details of about a dozen Groups operating within the SYNED Area.

*Ramblers - Staffordshire Area
Overview

'Our territory covers the County of Staffordshire,  City of Stoke on Trent, City of Wolverhampton and the Metropolitan Boroughs of Dudley, Sandwell and Walsall.'

*Ramblers - Suffolk Area
Overview

'We have about 2000 members at present and we work mostly through our Local Groups. The local RA groups provide a very varied programme of walks and any member of the public is welcome to join us on our walks, although we hope they will not do so on a regular basis without becoming members of the RA.'

*Ramblers - Surrey Area
Overview

'There are 17 Ramblers' groups in Surrey Area, which covers part of South and South West London as well as the county. Each group organises two or more walks every week. A Group Walk is a great way to get some exercise in a sociable atmosphere ... We have walks from 3 to 20 miles so there should be something to suit everyone. Don't worry if you are unsure of your ability or haven't walked with a group before; everyone is very helpful and welcoming.'

*Ramblers - Sussex Area
Overview

'The Sussex Area of the Ramblers was formed in 1976. Membership stands at around 3500, with 9 local groups throughout Sussex, and one county-wide Young Walkers Group.' The Sussex Border Path is 'in the care of Sussex Area Ramblers'.

*Ramblers - Warwickshire Area
Overview

'Our boundaries mirror those of the old Warwickshire county and include Solihull, Coventry and Birmingham, (now West Midlands), where many of our members live. The Area contains some great walking country - amazingly there are over 1740 miles of public rights-of-way in Warwickshire alone.'

*Ramblers - West Riding Area
Overview

'The region that we look after on behalf of our members and the walking community is centred on Leeds and Bradford, and extends from Ingleton to Pontefract, and from Holmfirth to Wensleydale.'

*Ramblers - Wiltshire & Swindon Area
Overview

'Wiltshire Ramblers currently total some 1,300 members within 6 groups, one of which is our young persons group for 20 to 40 year olds. Our groups work towards the charitable aims of Ramblers in different ways, all organising programmes of led walks within Wiltshire and its neighbouring counties.'

*Ramblers - Worcestershire Area
Overview

'This section of the Worcestershire Ramblers is the executive comittee that liaises with head office, our local groups and other agencies to enhance the walking experience for everyone ... Currently there are over one thousand members in the Area.'

*Ramblers Areas and Groups Friendly URLs
Overview

The Website Link should give you access to an eighteen page PDF listing 'friendly' URLs for some 550 Areas and Groups of the Ramblers. Each Entry gives the Ramblers 'Short Code' and the 'Area or Group Name' as well as the URL. The Groups are listed within their respective Areas which in turn are - for the most part - laid out alphabetically by Title (actually by Short Code: Area (and Group) Names change from time to time). I have not checked the overall accuracy of the List ... 

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*Ramblers Walking Guides
Overview

'We're pleased to be able to show you the walking guides our local groups have researched, written and published ...'

*Reading Christian Rambling Club
Overview

'Normally has a day-walk on two Saturdays each month throughout the year. Various group members take turns to lead the walks. Most walks are between 8 and 12 miles long, with a pub lunch. Walks start within a 25 mile radius of Reading, an area which includes sections of the Thames Valley, Berkshire Downs, Chiltern Hills and North Downs ... We also walk Long Distance Walks in stages over two to four years.'

*Reading Outdoor Group
Overview

'We try to offer a number of walks of different lengths each month. Our year-round Sunday walks can be anything from half-day walks of 5 or 6 miles, up to full-day walks of 12 miles or more. There are usually at least two Sunday walks of different lengths each month. During Summer we also organise short evening walks during the week, generally ending at a local pub.'

*Reading Rambling Club
Overview

'A friendly independent walking club which has been enjoying the local countryside for over 80 years.'

*Red Kite Ramblers
Overview

'We are a walking club located in the North East of England close to Newcastle upon Tyne. We run a walking programme with planned walks every other Saturday throughout the year.'

*Redbridge Ramblers
Overview

'Come and join us on a walk, we welcome all new members. We are a friendly group of walkers in Redbridge on the NE London/Essex border.'

*Redditch Ramblers
Overview

Organize weekly Sunday rambles of about 7 miles length plus fortnightly 4-5 mile walks on Saturdays.

*Reigate Ramblers
Overview

'A local group with over 350 members in Surrey - in and around Reigate, Redhill, Kingswood and Horley - we are "the friendly group" and welcome current and prospective members alike.'

*Ringwood & Fordingbridge Footpath Society
Overview

'Newcomers to the area, prospective new members and visitors are very welcome to join us for walks in these delightfully varied parts of Hampshire, Dorset and Wiltshire. Our walks normally take place in an area of wonderfully contrasting scenery , from the New Forest to the rolling chalk downlands and coastline of Dorset and the rural landscapes of southern Wiltshire.'

*Rochford & Castle Point Ramblers
Overview

'We are a friendly, informal group established in 1994 with approximately 250 members. The area we cover surrounds Southend-on-Sea in south-east Essex and includes the Rochford and Castle Point districts, the Roach and Crouch estuaries and creeks with lengthy sea wall paths amid the abundant wildlife of the marshes ...'

*Rockingham Forest Walkers
Overview

'We are a Northamptonshire (UK) based walking club of the British Walking Federation (BWF) and we aim to promote walking as a friendly and healthy pastime for all ages. All of our walks are based on countryside public footpaths, bridleways and quiet lanes, some walks may be muddy during adverse British weather conditions.

See also

Rockingham Forest [Wikipedia]

*Romney Marsh Walking Society
Overview

'Organise "led" walks throughout the year. Usually they are circular of about 4 to 6 miles, either on the marsh or in the surrounding countryside. Members will receive the current walks programme and can choose which walks to attend. The walks are generally at weekends, either Saturday mornings with a pub lunch afterwards or Sunday afternoons.'

*Rossendale Ramblers
Overview

'The Rossendale Group is a small but very enthusiastic and active branch of the Ramblers. We number over 100 members of which a goodly percentage regularly take part in the weekly walks organised by the committee and walk leaders.'

*Ruddington Footpaths Preservation Group
Overview

'This informal Group is supported by Ruddington Parish Council. Its general remit is to regularly walk footpaths in and around the Parish – and slightly further afield.'

*Rugby Ramblers
Overview

'The Rugby Group of the Ramblers is an active and friendly group. Whether on your own, with a partner, or with friends, you will be made very welcome. We organise over a hundred walks a year graded to suit all abilities and we also organise a variety of social events.'

*Ryedale Walking Group
Overview

'We are an independent and successful walking group with over 90 members based in North Yorkshire. The group was formed in September 2006 and became affiliated to the Ramblers in April 2009. The majority of our members live between Scarborough and York.'

*Sale Walking & Activity Group
Overview

'We are a mixed social walking group of all ages and abilities based in South Manchester and North Cheshire. Our Winter / Spring programme includes weekends away youth hostelling, Sunday walks, and a variety of social events such as meals out, theatre trips and pub nights. New members are always offered a warm welcome.'

*Sandwell Ramblers Group
Overview

'The Group runs an extensive walks programme with events taking place on Sundays, Tuesdays and Wednesday throughout the year. In addition, several walking weekends are arranged each year at various attractive venues throughout the country. The walks vary in length from 4 miles to 16 miles and also in degrees of difficulty. The age range of active walkers is from 10 to 80.'

*Scarborough Rambling Club
Overview

'Organises two group rambles most Sundays during the year in the beautiful countryside of Scarborough and district.​ Members are offered the choice of a long walk ranging generally between 10-14 miles or a short walk ranging generally between 5-9 miles.  In addition, during the summer months, short walks are arranged for Thursday evenings.  Occasional social events are also held.'

*Scotland Gay Outdoor Club
Overview

'We pride ourselves in delivering a full and varied programme of events - from gentle walks to hill-walking expeditions and cycle trips. We offer both day events and weekend trips and welcome men and women, young or old, beginners or experienced.'

*Scottish Christian Hillwalking Club
Overview

'Formed in 1984, The Scottish Christian Hillwalking Club brings together Christian men and woman, young and old from across the country who enjoy hillwalking and fellowship amidst God’s wonderful creation. We warmly welcome non-Christians to meets and members are encouraged to bring non-Christian friends to meets thus introducing them to a Christian community.'

*Scottish Mountaineering Club
Overview

'We produce the definitive Climbers' Guides to Scotland's mountains and outcrops, the authoritative guide to Munros and guides for hillwalkers and scramblers in Scotland.'

*Sedgemoor Ramblers
Overview

'There is no need to join before walking with us – why not try us out a few times before deciding? We are a friendly and sociable group who share a love of the outdoors and we would be pleased to hear from you.'

*Severnside Ramblers
Overview

'Formed in May 1997 from which time the membership has grown steadily, currently standing at around 150. We arrange walks throughout the year, ranging from short to long, from rural to urban. We get around 12 - 18 people on our walks, a manageable number which has given Severnside a reputation for its friendliness and sociability.'

*Sheffield CHA Rambling Club
Overview

'We are a membership organisation. We presently have about 130 members ... Originally the club was affiliated to the Countrywide Holidays Association, a national organisation operating walking holidays which was formed in the 1890s. This has now been wound up, but our Club decided to continue using the initials CHA.'

*Sheffield Shamblers
Overview

'Do you enjoy walking but want to do this at a leisurely pace? Fed up with walking groups that want to beat the clock over the distance of the walk? Or maybe you are new to walking and fear that you won't be able to keep up with experienced walkers? Then come and join the Sheffield Shamblers Walking Group ... We organise midweek walks, Sunday walks and the occasional Saturday walk.'

*Sheffield Visually Impaired Walking Group
Overview

'Organises volunteer led walks for VIPs living in and around Sheffield ... This user led group offers VIPs the opportunity to go walking regularly, assisted by trained volunteer guides.'

*Sheffield Walking Group
Overview

'The Walking Group for people in their 20s and 30s.'

*Shrewsbury Ramblers
Overview

Have published 20 Walks in and around Shrewsbury: 'This popular book is in full colour with easy to follow directions and good maps. The 20 walks include features of architectural, historical or geological interest. At £4.99 post free it is ideal for families and for visitors to the Shrewsbury area.'

*Shropshire Young Ramblers
Overview

'SYR is a group of like minded people in their 20s and 30s who enjoy the great outdoors. We welcome new members at any time but before joining we request that you come along to one of our walks. We often do "new member walks" which are typically relatively short and easy but if you already do some walking then feel free to along to one of our regular walks.'

*Single Boots Walking Group
Overview

'Friendly and active walking group for single people typically in their 40s and 50s. Our Midlands based group has been running successfully for over 10 years and welcomes members from the West Midlands, Warwickshire, Worcestershire and beyond.'

*Skelmersdale Rambling Club
Overview

'Sunday rambles monthly from West Lancashire to the Lake District, Yorkshire Dales, Peak District, North Wales.'

*Sleaford & District Ramblers
Overview

Sleaford & District Rambler Group 'was formed over 30 years ago when 6 members set out on the first walk; we now have about 100 members and can have up to 45 ramblers on any one walk ...'

*South Bank Ramblers
Overview

'South Bank Ramblers formed more than twenty years ago. The group has a diverse membership covering a range of ages and backgrounds. Although most members are based in the boroughs of Lambeth and Southwark, others are drawn from a number of London boroughs or even further afield. A love of walking is the group's engine and focus; for some it is a pleasure, for others a passion.'

*South Birmingham Ramblers
Overview

'Every week we meet up in Kings Norton to car share to the start of our walks. We lead a Short Walk of 5 miles, a Wednesday walk of 7 - 9 miles and a Sunday walk of 8 – 10 miles. Also in the Summer months we have Saturday walks that tend to be longer, more strenuous and further afield. Finally we have mini walks of up to 2 miles which are are open to members of the public, and are led at a more gentle pace.'

*South East Berkshire Ramblers Group
Overview

'We aim to have a walk on every Sunday, every Tuesday and every Wednesday. Occasionally there are extra walks, in particular we normally have at least one longish (10m) walk every month. Once a walk is confirmed we hope that it will not change. And where a date has no walk it may well do before the day. Always worth a check nearer the time.'

*South East Christian Rambling Club
Overview

A Christian Day Walking Group in Kent and Sussex  'We plan the walks between 8 and 14 miles each time. Normally walks take place on the third Saturday of the month, plus a few extras such as the fifth Saturday and Bank Holiday weekends. Meeting at 10.15am for a prompt 10.30am start and finish at about 4.30pm - unless otherwise advised by the leader. Sometimes the leader will arrange an evening activity ...'

*South East Essex Ramblers Group
Overview

'Our Group organises a full programme of walks including weekend, mid-week and in the summer, evening rambles. We meet locally then share cars driving to the start of the walks which range from about 4 miles at a leisurely pace to more energetic walks up to 15 miles, so there is something for everyone. We walk mainly in Essex but also go to Kent, Surrey and Suffolk.'

*South Gwent Ramblers
Overview

'We are a group of friendly folk who enjoy walking. We find that our home County, Gwent, is blessed with marvellous scenery which is often overlooked in favour of the mountains. Our walks can open your eyes to the both Gwent and the mountains. We usually call ourselves the SGR.'

*South Lanarkshire Older Walkers [SLOW]
Overview

'We were established in October 2003 and our membership has increased from 15 then, to 74 today ...'

*South Wales Gay Outdoor Club
Overview

'We meet on the last weekend of the month.'

*Southampton HF Group
Overview

Over 4,000 walks & counting  'Ideally suited for walkers over 50, who enjoy walking in the countryside with like-minded companions, we walk every weekend, on alternate Saturdays and Sundays, and on Bank Holidays. Chosen to be within an hour's drive of Southampton, our rambles are usually 6-8 miles in length.'

*Southampton Ramblers Group
Overview

''Formed in 1954. We offer friendly company on our guided walks, of which there are at least 3 every week, in Hampshire, Wiltshire, Dorset, Sussex and the Isle of Wight. These range in length from starter walks of a few miles, ideal for those new to or returning to walking, to all-day walks for the more experienced walker as well as the opportunity to explore long distance trails by coach trip. '

*Southport Fell Walking Club
Overview

'We are a friendly club of walkers who enjoy mountain walking throughout the year.'

*Spartan Red Sox Rambling Club
Overview

'Formed in 1979, The Spartan Red Sox Walking Club organise day walks, week and weekend trips in Ireland, sometimes further afield, and social events.'

*Sperrins Hillwalking Club
Overview

'We are a very active Hillwalking Club based in the heart of the Sperrins in Northern Ireland. Organised club walks take place twice monthly. Grade 1 walks for the fitter walker alternate with Grade 3 walks for those who prefer a more leisurely stroll. We also from time to time have Grade 2 walks - something in between!'

*Spice - Adventure, Sports and Social Group
Overview

'Spice is a fun way to meet new people, make new friends & share some incredible experiences! We run over 100 events each month, an amazing mix of Activity & Adventure, Social & Leisure plus Holidays & Weekend breaks ... Choose whatever events you wish, book, turn-up, & have fun with other Spice members. It's very friendly & sociable all of our events are hosted our hosts ensure everyone has a great time ... The full event programme is available through the Local Websites, and a Spice newsletter also drops regularly through the letter box to invite the members to the coming events and keep them up to date.'

*Spice East Midlands
Overview

Access to details of Spice Walking Groups in: [1] Ashbourne - - - :[2] Burton - - - : [3] Derby - - - : [4] Grantham - - - : [5] Lincoln - - - : [6] Mansfield - - - : [7] Matlock - - - : [8] Newark - - - : [9] Stafford- - - : [10] Uttoxeter

*Spice London
Overview

Access to details of Spice Walks around and about: [1] Essex - - - : [2] Hertfordshire - - - : [3] Kent - - - : [4] Middlesex - - - : [5] Surrey - - - : [6] Sussex - - - : [7] London

*Spice Manchester
Overview

'We are a social activity group and are part of a Nationwide membership group with a local feel. Joining Spice is one of the easiest ways of meeting new people and making new friends. We organise events in and around the Manchester area and offer a huge variety of events each month along with weekends away and holidays of a lifetime.'

*Spice Scotland
Overview

'We are the social activity group for ordinary people who want to do extraordinary things! Our membership group is nationwide with hundreds of local varied events every month plus an international holiday programme so you're sure to meet new people, make friends and have fun by doing some great activities ...'

*Spice Thames Valley & Solent
Overview

Access to details of Walking Clubs for: [1] Oxfordshire - - - : [2] Reading - - - : [3] Hampshire - - - : [4] Oxford - - - : [5] Oxfordshire - - - : [6] Berkshire - - - : [7] Reading - - - : [8] Newbury - - - : [9] Basingstoke - - - : [10] Southampton - - - : [11] Portsmouth - - - : [12] Winchester

*Spice West Midlands
Overview

Access to details of Spice Walking Groups in: [1] Birmingham - - - : [2] Coventry - - - : [3] Leamington Spa - - - : [4] Lichfield - - - : [5] Solihull - - - : [6] Sutton Coldfield - - - : [7] Tamworth - - - : [8] Warwick - - - : [9] Wolverhampton

*Spring Vale Rambling Class Darwen
Overview

'The Class was formed in 1895 and we are now in our 120th season. We are likely to be the oldest walking club in the country to have maintained a continuous annual walking programme. We were originally establshed as an educational class, but we now run as a walking club offering a variety of walks from 6 to 9 miles in length.'

*SpringField FellWalking Club
Overview

'Over the years, the club has established a format that has resulted in many enjoyable walks. With several decades of experience, the club knows some fantastic locations that you may never think about visiting! The club has approximately 100 members, many of whom are regular walkers with the club. Membership is fairly evenly split between the sexes, with ages ranging from children to over 80's.'

*St Albans and District Footpaths Society
Overview

'We are a friendly group of people who enjoy exploring the beautiful countryside surrounding us, led by our own members over their favourite walks ...'

*St Dogmaels Footpath Association
Overview

'St Dogmaels (Welsh: Llandudoch) is a village in North Pembrokeshire, Wales, on the estuary of the River Teifi. It was the winner of the Wales Calor Village of the year in 2006. The village contains the remains of a 12th century abbey and one of 2 working watermills in Wales.'

*St Edward's ABC Fellwalkers
Overview

'We are an all-weather, all-year round walking club based on northeast Tyneside.  Walks take place every other Saturday in areas such as Northumberland, Durham, Cumbria, Scotland, and both the Yorkshire Dales and Moors. There is usually a choice of four walks, which vary in distance and height to cater for the individual walkers requirements.'

*St Francis of Assisi Catholic Ramblers Club
Overview

'Every Sunday regardless of weather we walk in a wide variety of locations in the Home Counties. We usually meet at a Central London Station and take a train to the beginning of the ramble ... The weekly ramble is the backbone of our activities. We organise regular social events including parties at Christmas and New Year. We also organise occasional walking weekends and holidays.'

*St Helens Ramblers Group
Overview

'Walking (or rambling) is Britain's most popular pastime, and is a perfect way of discovering the countryside. So whether you already enjoy walking in our countryside or you are new to walking, this may be the group for you. We offer a varied programme of Saturday and Sunday walks in the north of England and Wales, and on many of these a private coach is organised to get you there and back.'

*St Leonards Rambling Club
Overview

'The club is based in East Kilbride, near Glasgow in central Scotland. We walk on every second Saturday, rain, hail or shine! Our walks take us as far north as Glencoe - and in the south to the lakes and hills of the Lake District in Cumbria ... '

*Stag Walkers
Overview

'We are predominately a 20 – 30's rambling group operating in Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and parts of Cambridgeshire ... Previously North Herts Young Walkers'

*Staines Ramblers
Overview

'Staines Ramblers are a very active and friendly walking group in Surrey. We have around 300 members, publish over 150 walks per year and are fortunate in having over 40 volunteer Walk Leaders.'

*Stilton Stumblers
Overview

'Informal walking group based in the village of Stilton, Cambridgeshire, UK. We meet for regular local walks every alternate Sunday, at 10.00 am at the village pump, and organise occasional expeditions to interesting places further afield. As you might have guessed, we don’t take ourselves too seriously – hence Stumblers, not Ramblers!'

*Stirling Hillwalking Club
Overview

'We are an independent club with approximately 50 members. The Club members meet every second Sunday in Stirling and travel to the start of the walks in cars. The winter programme tends to have low level walks within easy travelling distance. In summer we go further afield and have more challenging hill walks. New members are always welcome and we encourage people to come out and give us a try before deciding to join.'

*Stockport Walkers
Overview

'100 years and more of the great outdoors ... We are a friendly and sociable walking group with members from all walks of life ... The object of Stockport Walkers is to encourage the love of nature and the countryside through walking together and to foster a spirit of sociability and comradeship.'

*Stockport Walking & Outdoor Group
Overview

'A multi-activity group with individual members aged 18 to 70+ as well as a number of families.'

*Stockton Rambling Club
Overview

'Leave your car behind and join us on our coach. We meet every Sunday throughout the year for walks in all parts of the North of England. We also organise mid-week walks and weekend walking trips to the Lake District, Derbyshire, the Yorkshire Dales, Northumberland and Scotland.'

*Stone Ramblers
Overview

'A very sociable club with some 200 plus members of whom some 80 are active walkers with the group. The others support the Ramblers Association for the work it carries out in support of the footpath network and walkers.'

*Stonehaven Mountaineering & Hillwalking Club
Overview

'The Club was formed in 1978 and there are currently about 40 members. We are a North East based mountaineering and hillwalking club in Scotland. We try and meet up on a regular basis, occasionally on Thursday nights at the Royal Hotel Stonehaven and every other weekend ... '

*Stort Valley Ramblers
Overview

'The Stort Valley group of the Ramblers was formed in 1995, the current membership is about 70 strong. The group is based in the Harlow area and also serves the nearby towns and villages situated in the Stort Valley bordering Essex and Hertfordshire.'

*Stour Walking Group
Overview

'Are you in your 20's, 30's or 40's and looking for a walking group in Suffolk / North Essex for people of your own age? If you'd like to enjoy the great outdoors and make new friends, then the Stour Walking Group is for you!'

*Stourbridge HF Rambling Club
Overview

'Located on the western edge of the West Midlands of England,  Stourbridge (HF) Rambling Club is a long established club. It arranges walks for its members on several days each week. The walks range from short, easy walks to longer more challenging ones. We also arrange walking short breaks twice a year.'

*Strabane Hillwalking & Rambling Club
Overview

'The Club was founded October 2008. Based in the Strabane area we regularly walk in the Sperrins, the Bluestacks, and Glenveagh ranges which are all on our doorstep.'

*Stride Walking Club
Overview

'We are a medium sized friendly walking club based in the Berkshire area. We have about 50 members and an average walk turnout of about 15-20 people. We walk in all weathers and throughout the year ... Stride was formed in June 1994 by a group of like minded people, members of the local National Trust Volunteers, who felt there was a need for a walking club catering for the needs of the younger age ranges ... Since then we have increased our membership and age restrictions have disappeared. Anyone over 18 is welcome.' 

*Suffolk Gay Outdoor Club
Overview

'The Suffolk Group generally walk on the 2nd Sunday of each month.'

*Sunday Brunch Club Edinburgh Hillwalking Group
Overview

'We walk at least once a month usually on the 3rd Sunday of each month. Our Sunday walks usually last all day (including driving to the walk and drink/bite to eat afterwards).'

*Sunderland Walking Club
Overview

'We aim to offer walks with a coach provided every second Sunday, and on a Saturday once a month, In addition, we offer walks on Tuesdays and Wednesdays and Saturdays using cars or public transport.'

*Surrey Gay Outdoor Club
Overview

'GOC Surrey had its 1st walk on 29th January 1995 and has walked on the 4th Sunday of each month since. We usually have over thirty men and women turn up, so you are sure to find someone to share the beautiful Surrey views with and plenty of interesting conversation ...'

*Surrey Heath Ramblers
Overview

'We arrange a programme of attractive and varied walks within an area that is centred on Surrey Heath Borough in the north west corner of Surrey. There are usually two walks each week, one mid-week and one at the weekend ... The walks give those taking part an opportunity to enjoy the flora and fauna of the countryside as well as find out about points of interest along the way. It is our aim to make the walk an enjoyable experience for all concerned.'

*Surrey Young Walkers
Overview

'A friendly walking and hiking group for people in their 20's and 30's based in and around Surrey. We put on a range of walks, ranging from 3-mile gentle rambles to 20-mile strenuous hikes.'

*Sussex Gay Outdoor Club
Overview

'We usually go out on the second Sunday of the month, including occasional forays with our neighbouring GOC groups ... Walks are normally 6 to 10 miles and designed to cover a range of abilities and tastes. We often bring our own packed lunches or stop for a pub lunch ... Most afternoons end with fresh tea and coffee at the meeting point plus a range of delicious cakes supplied by our members.'

*Sussex Pathfinders Rambling Club
Overview

'We are an independent club of around 200 local people ... with a common interest in walking for pleasure in the Sussex countryside. Our membership is drawn from across Sussex and beyond, joining us from near and far to enjoy our walks.'

*Sussex Sunday Walkers
Overview

'A Walking Group doing walks of 12 to 18 miles in the winter and 16 to 20 miles in the summer. Just about all walks stop at a Pub/Inn for refreshments at Midday, but most people have a Picnic Lunch. Non Walking members often come to the Lunch Stop to catch up on the latest news and enjoy the company. Also some members who find the whole walk too long either just walk in the morning or in the afternoon. No finish times are published for the walks. Membership is only £5.00 Per Year.' ALERT Formerly entitled the Society of Sussex Wealdmen.

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The Society of Sussex Wealdmen

*Sussex Young Walkers
Overview

'We are a friendly group of younger walkers aged from 20 to 49 who enjoy walking around the fantastic landscapes of East and West Sussex ...'

*Sutton & Wandle Valley Ramblers
Overview

'Currently has around 530 members. The group covers the London Borough of Sutton, a large part of the London Borough of Merton and the village of Banstead, and is one of fifteen groups in the Surrey Area of the Ramblers' Association.'

*Sutton in Ashfield Rambling Club
Overview

'The rambling club was founded in 1931 and uses a coach to transport us predominantly to the glorious Peak District, on alternate Sundays throughout the year. The coach removes the stress of driving, cuts the cost of motoring, is environmentally friendly and enables you to relax in a pleasant sociable atmosphere, especially coming back after a walk.'

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