Trip reports

Mid-week Walk at NT Bookham Commons

Tuesday, 3 July 2018

... we were amused when a harassed driver turned up and asked the way to the Downside Services. We gently pointed out... More...

Mid-week Walk at NT Frensham Little Pond

Thursday, 7 June 2018

... we were a select band. We did the usual clockwise walk, starting off with several reed warblers in the reed bed opposite the boat house, following which we were entertained by... More...

Mid-week Walk on Thursley Common

Wednesday, 23 May 2018

Eventually we came to an area of thick gorse where a Dartford warbler was flying about, giving fairly close views but not landing in sight. Overhead, two buzzards were circling in a thermal... More...

Mid-week Walk at RSPB Pulborough Brooks

Wednesday, 25 April 2018

Some thirteen of us visited this reserve so there were plenty of pairs of eyes searching for birds. As I parked my car, chiffchaffs and a song thrush were making their presence heard, along with... More...

Great tit at birdtable

Saturday, 31 March 2018

Examples included Bewicks swans, long-tailed duck, lesser white-fronted geese and common scoter. One well-travelled member of the group was pleased to see a Chiloe wigeon again... More...

Mid-week Walk at Farlington Marshes

Wednesday, 14 March 2018

It was just past high tide as we set out from the parking area, so there was no mud at all for the waders in the harbour and we therefore expected the first lake to be pretty busy. Well it was, but not with waders... More...

Saturday, 24 February 2018

From the hide as the ice was melting on Ferry Pool a large flock of wigeon were in the water and surrounding fields. A smaller group of shoveler were also nearby with mallard... More...

Mid-week Walk at the WWT London Wetland Centre, Barnes

Tuesday, 13 February 2018

The entrance lake held the usual coots, moorhens and tufted ducks, along with a pair of shovelers. Reaching the first hide just as the rain started in earnest, we settled in for a longer stay than usual and scanned the main lake hoping for a distant bittern... More...

Saturday, 27 January 2018

While we were assembling in the car park a green woodpecker flew across and posed in surrounding trees, and the feeding station in front of the centre hosted blue tits, greenfinches and a goldfinch. More...

Mid Week Walk to Moor Green Lakes

Thursday, 11 January 2018

The feeders in the car park were very busy with a steady stream of blue, great and long-tailed tits, a nuthatch and a great spotted woodpecker, while a wood or yellow-necked mouse scurried around under a waste bin. More...

Monday, 1 January 2018

From the car park we saw several redwings, fieldfares and long tailed tits. As we set out across the bridges to view the river and fields we picked up sparrow-hawk, buzzard, Egyptian geese, heron, siskin, song thrush, wren and great spotted woodpecker. More...

Mid-Week Walk at Thorpe Park

Wednesday, 20 December 2017

... but even so we had redwings and fieldfares flying over while we waited for everyone to arrive... More...

Weekend Walk to Blashford Lakes

Saturday, 25 November 2017

We started at the Tern Hide looking out over Ibsley Water. Ducks on display included pochard, shoveler and a pair of goldeneye which kept... More...

Mid-week Walk at Dinton Pastures

Wednesday, 22 November 2017

Our first stop was at the nearby shore of Black Swan Lake, where we were faced by a horde of bread-expectant Canada geese and a solitary... More...

Saturday, 28 October 2017

With the tide low, large numbers of birds were busy on the mud on the Portsmouth side of the harbour. These included the usual.... More...

Mid-week Walk at Bushy Park

Thursday, 5 October 2017

While waiting for the off we were entertained by the roaring of a red deer stag nearby, fit young things doing their workouts and the driver of a swish white 13 plate Porsche who was photographing his vehicle from all angles - possibly prior to trying to sell it. We were waiting for a passing feral pigeon to put down a deposit .......... More...

Mid-week Walk at Staines Moor

Thursday, 14 September 2017

Ten of us took part in this walk, including first-timer Brenda. It was pretty quiet at first, with... More...

Mid-week Walk at Frensham Little Pond on 8th June 2017

Thursday, 8 June 2017

We elected to do the wooded area first while the birds were still fairly active and it also permitted a view along the full length of the pond... (cont..) More...

Mid-week Walk on Thursley Common on 23rd May 2017

Tuesday, 23 May 2017

It was a perfect day for a gentle stroll around the common. This time we took the westerly route around Shrike Hill in order to hopefully catch the smaller birds while they were still active. (cont.) More...

Mid-week Walk at Pulborough Brooks on 19th April 2017

Wednesday, 19 April 2017

We enjoyed a beautiful spring day at Pulborough, albeit a bit on the nippy side out of the sun. Quite a bit of birdsong could be heard... More...

Mid-week Walk at the London Wetland Centre, Barnes on 15th March 2017

Wednesday, 15 March 2017

After a slightly grey forecast earlier in the week, the six of us who made it to Barnes had a brilliant day's birding. The sun shone, the birds were singing, the blossom was... More...

Mid-week Walk at Moor Green Lakes on 9th February 2017

Saturday, 11 March 2017

A small but select band attended this walk on an uninvitingly grey day. As usual, the car park feeders were busy with tits, robins, dunnocks and goldfinches and two of us missed out on a couple of siskins that didn't... More...

Papercourt, New Years Day 2017

Sunday, 1 January 2017

A select five members shook off any late night cobwebs and joined me for the traditional new years day wander around Papercourt. The field... More...

Mid-week Walk at Farlington Marshes

Tuesday, 13 December 2016

Despite dismal weather on the journey down, seven of us persevered and had a good day's birding at this coastal site. With the high tide some 17... More...

Mid-week Walk at Dorney/Jubilee River

Thursday, 24 November 2016

... A quick look west from the bridge revealed a few ducks, a great crested grebe and a distant buzzard... More...

Pagham Harbour

Thursday, 27 October 2016

A misty start turned into a fine, clear day for a group of nine members to wander Pagham reserve. Pagham is a large, shallow natural harbour... More...

Mid-week Walk at Papercourt

Monday, 17 October 2016

There was a decent turn-out for this walk around the lock and surrounding countryside. The field opposite the car park held an unusually high number of stock doves.... More...

Wednesday, 21 September 2016

Apart from reasonably uncongested roads, a bonus of this visit was an easterly wind - meaning that we... More...

Pennington and Keyhaven in the sunshine

Sunday, 11 September 2016

A beautiful September Sunday saw a small but select group join me to explore the lagoons, marsh and intertidal mudflats... More...

Mid-week Walk at Staines Reservoirs 23rd August 2016

Tuesday, 23 August 2016

Not ideal weather for migration as, with perfect conditions, the birds could just keep... More...

Nightjar Walk on Horsell Common

Friday, 17 June 2016

We started by heading through the pine and birch woodland. Those woods yielded chiffchaff, blackcap and a single willow warbler... More...

Mid-week Walk at Thursley Common on 2nd June 2016

Thursday, 2 June 2016

Even before leaving the car park we heard a wren and also a distant curlew calling - a good start. The Moat Pond was pretty...... carefully avoiding the hole left by a dislodged plank... More...

Mid-week Walk at Papercourt on 10th May 2016

Saturday, 14 May 2016

With just a gentle drizzle falling and warm conditions we first checked out the area around the car park. This produced blackcap, wren and chiffchaff in the woodland, while on the pasture were Canadas, greylags, magpies, woodpigeons and jackdaws... More...

Dinton Pastures

Wednesday, 16 March 2016

Despite the rather steep new parking charges for the main car parks, nine of us gathered for this walk at a site once visited regularly... More...

Farlington Marshes

Sunday, 28 February 2016

Farlington is a mix of open marsh, reed bed and some pools enclosed by a sea wall, a wall that keeps out... More...

New Year's Day Walk at Papercourt

Friday, 1 January 2016

Starting the new year in traditional fashion, 14 people joined me for a gentle stroll around Papercourt. Some of our members have long memories..... More...

Mid Week Walk at Thorpe Park

Wednesday, 16 December 2015

Several small birds were flitting around the farm while we waited for all to arrive but only goldfinches were... More...

Cliffe Pools (RSPB)

Sunday, 29 November 2015

Cliffe is an area of old gravel pits, scrub and open pasture nestled up against the Thames in North Kent. Today it was also.... More...

Mid-week Walk at Dorney/Jubilee River

Thursday, 12 November 2015

As normal we managed to fill all the remaining spaces in the small car park and the area opposite but all were accommodated, although I fear we may have... More...

Staines Moor, Mid Week Walk

Tuesday, 13 October 2015

Despite the uninspiring weather there was a good turn-out forthis walk, including several who were not members of ourgroup... More...

Saturday, 3 October 2015

We have been invited to Wisley on a number of occasions, but the Woodfest was a new event for them. More...

Tices Meadow

Sunday, 27 September 2015

A somewhat underwhelming one member joined me for a morning's gentle stroll around one of Surrey's premier birding sites (thank you Steve). We were also joined by.... More...

Wednesday, 23 September 2015

Our first indoor meeting of our 2015-2016 season brought Martin Davies to St James Hall.Martin is known, amongst other things, for... More...

Saturday, 12 September 2015

There were two firsts for the Group at this event - first time at the event and... More...

Mid-week Walk at Staines Reservoir on Tuesday 8th September 2015

Tuesday, 8 September 2015

Six of us took part in this short walk along the causeway at the reservoir. The north basin has been drained for... More...

Saturday, 5 September 2015

It was our first visit to this event and, in terms of... More...

Mid-week Walk at Barnes WWT

Thursday, 27 August 2015

As we started to move towards reception a large group of Canada geese flew over the car park, with an accompaniment of a handful of noisy ring-necked parakeets. A mute swan and her two cygnets had taken up residence under the statue... More...

Mid Week Walk at Bookham Commons

Thursday, 2 July 2015

The forecasters had been dithering for a week over what the weather was going to be for our walk at Bookham. It ended up being cool and just slightly damp. OK for birds but not for our hoped for butterflies. More...

Wednesday, 24 June 2015

Nick Hammond, our speaker for the last indoor meeting of the season, is a former director of communications at RSPB, and one time editor of its Birds magazine. His talk was entitled High Rise Living; Life in the Tropical Forest.( Our new season of talks starts in September - why not join us? ) More...

Horsell Common

Friday, 19 June 2015

A gratifying total of nineteen people turned out on a reasonably fine June evening with nightjars very much in mind. Simon, as the keeper of... More...

Mid Week Walk at Thursley Common

Tuesday, 9 June 2015

The car park at The Moat pond is quite large but we managed to take up all available spaces when a record 25 of us turned up for this walk, including quite a few non-group members... More...

Frensham Little Pond

Sunday, 31 May 2015

...a leisurely and enjoyable stroll around the mix of habitats that makes up Frensham Little Pond. That mix comprises the open water of the pond itself, the reeds edging the pond which then give way to largely coniferous woodland and open heath. More...

Wednesday, 27 May 2015

This year's AGM had more significance than normal following the announcement in January that Mary and Dave were standing down as Joint Leaders of the Group. More...

Mid Week Walk to Papercourt

Wednesday, 13 May 2015

As with last year, very few people came on this walk despite the excellent weather. Sometimes it is great to do a walk with a smaller group, so five of us... More...

Titchfield Haven

Sunday, 26 April 2015

Today was my first as 'outdoor leader' in my second incarnation in this role having given up the post several years ago, ably filled by Frank in that period. I had chosen Titchfield as it is a particular favourite... More...

Wednesday, 25 March 2015

Swifts, like many of our migrant birds are declining. There are various reasons for this but chief amongst them is the inadequate protection accorded to their city nest sites. As older buildings are demolished or renovated historic nest sites are removed and colonies wiped out. More...

Mid-week Walk at Staines Moor

Tuesday, 24 March 2015

This was our group's first visit to Staines Moor in many years and for many of the around a dozen of us attending it was also new ground. More...

Mid-week Walk at the London Wetland Centre, Barnes

Wednesday, 11 February 2015

Weather: Dreary and overcast all day but fairly mild, dry and calm 7C - Despite the uninspiring weather, a record for a MWW of 18 members and guests turned out for this walk, virtually taking over the place as there appeared to be few other visitors when we arrived. More...

Mid-week Walk at Thorpe Park - by Peter Hambrook

Tuesday, 13 January 2015

Weather: Bright and sunny after heavy overnight rain. 7C - A very good turn-out had some 15 of us enjoying a beautiful morning at this friendly site - after some initial complications caused by the closure of our usual entrance and parking area due to the barn being dismantled More...

Mid-week Walk at Moor Green Lakes

Thursday, 18 December 2014

Weather: Mainly overcast but dry and very mild with a moderate SW wind. 13C - Eight of us managed to escape the Christmas shopping for a few hours and enjoyed a productive morning checking out the lakes here. Even before getting more than a few steps from the car park we had tits More...

Farlington Marsh - by Neil Bew

Sunday, 7 December 2014

Simon and Mick (oh and Simon's black Labrador) joined me for a gentle lap of Farlington Marsh on what proved to be a mixed morning from the weather viewpoint but an enjoyable one from the bird viewpoint.High tide was due by the end of the morning, More...

Mid-week Walk at Dorney Wetlands/Jubilee River

Wednesday, 12 November 2014

Weather: Heavy shower first thing then occasional light rain before clearing to sun. 15C - As we approached Dorney, so did a large black cloud, which dumped copious amounts of rain on us before moving away as start time arrived. Despite the not too encouraging forecast some nine of us turned out for this walk. More...

Pagham & Medmerry - by Simon Lumsden

Sunday, 26 October 2014

Having enjoyed an extra hour in bed nine of us plus Angus the Black Lab turned up at 9:30 am for what was to prove a very enjoyable day's birdwatching. We set off on the path behind the visitor centre that goes through the scrub and along hedgerows laden with berries. More...

Mid-week Walk at Frensham Little Pond

Tuesday, 14 October 2014

Weather: Misty with drizzle at first becoming dry with rising cloud base 12C - A fairly calm but dank, drizzly, murky day did not bode well for this walk but five of us turned out to see what we could find. The car park area was quiet, so it was straight down to the pond More...

Andalucia by Neil Bew

Monday, 15 September 2014

Participants: Ron, Alan, Marion, Frank, Dave, Mary, Neil - An early start as ever but after an uneventful flight, we had to play hunt the ' courtesy' minibus which in this case, was to take us to our hire car. The time it took us to find a large blue van with bright yellow writing did cast some doubt on our ability to find birds! More...

Mid-week Walk at Staines Reservoir - by Peter Hambrook

Thursday, 11 September 2014

Weather: Dull overcast but calm. 16C - Les, Steve and I turned up fairly early for this walk and were joined by Graham, Diane and John from the group plus two non-members - another John and Martin. The day felt 'dead' and to some degree that is how it turned out as the reservoir was very quiet. More...

Mid-week Walk at the London Wetland Centre, Barnes

Wednesday, 27 August 2014

Weather fine and sunny, becoming overcast. 18C - Thanks to the school holidays we had a quick and uneventful journey to the fringes of Central London but most of our regulars must also have been soaking up the sun somewhere as we were a select band of four. More...

Beaulieu Road Station and Pennington Marshes - by Frank Clark

Tuesday, 29 July 2014

Beaulieu Road Station is in the heart of the New Forest, with the car park found just off the B3056, by Beaulieu Road railway station. The surrounding area contains wet bog with willow carr, dry heath, mature pine woodland with forest lawn and More...

Mid-week Walk at Bookham Common

Thursday, 3 July 2014

Weather: Sunny and warm, becoming windy. 24C - A gloriously bright and sunny morning saw six of us gathered in the £100 Bridge car park. While we were assembling, entertainment was provided by silver-washed fritillary, white admiral, meadow brown and large skipper butterflies More...

Mid-week Walk at Thursley Common

Wednesday, 11 June 2014

Weather: Fine, dry and mainly sunny but quite windy from the west 17C - Ten of us made the trip to this rewarding site in near perfect conditions, including one visitor, Ben, from West London who fought his way there on public transport. A commendable effort! More...

Chobham Common - by Frank Clark

Friday, 6 June 2014

I planned this walk for a little earlier in the month, hoping that the nightjar might be a bit more active, having only been in the country for a few weeks and just set up territories. The meet time was the usual time of 20.30 but as it was earlier in the month, I should have More...

Trip to Finland - by Neil Bew

Saturday, 31 May 2014

A chance conversation about two years ago led to three fifty year old birders electing to celebrate their half century with six days in Finland. So one Saturday morning in late May saw myself, Frank, Dave and official photographer Mary landing at Oulu in Finland to be met by our guide from Finnature, Petri. More...

Mid-week Walk at Papercourt - by Peter Hambrook

Tuesday, 13 May 2014

Weather: Mainly sunny with one very light shower 16C - Having previously checked that the Newark Bridge car park was usable, I was a bit disappointed to find it nearly full with contractor's vehicles, dumped rubbish and a burned-out car. Not good. More...

Thursley Common & Yateley Common - by Frank Clark

Sunday, 27 April 2014

As part of the 40th anniversary celebrations of the group, I was asked to arrange a visit to a number of local heaths to see what we could see during the spring migration. Thursley Common NNR is owned by English Nature and is one of the largest remaining fragments of heathland in Surrey. More...

Mid-week Walk at Pulborough Brooks

Thursday, 24 April 2014

Weather: fine and occasionally sunny with light winds - The sun was shining, the birds were singing and all was right with the World - unless you were trying to get from the furthest reaches of our area to West Sussex! More...

Mid-week Walk at Wey Manor

Wednesday, 19 March 2014

Weather: Overcast but dry and mild with an increasing breeze16C - This was a well-supported walk with thirteen of us altogether, including two visitors and one member new to our walks. More...

Harty Ferry Road & Elmley Marshes LNR - by Frank Clark

Sunday, 16 February 2014

It has been a few years since we visited the Isle of Sheppey and I was interested to see what changes had taken place, particularly at the Elmley Marshes nature reserve, which is no longer managed by the RSPB. The Isle of Sheppey is a great site for bird watching particularly in the winter months, when it is well known as a magnet for raptors. More...

Mid-week Walk at Thorpe Park

Tuesday, 4 February 2014

Weather: A sharpish shower just before kick-off but otherwise dry and mainly sunny 8C - Having driven through standing water on the approach road and got rained-on while waiting for people to assemble, it was a relief for the shower clouds to clear and the sun make an appearance. More...

Rainham Marshes

Saturday, 18 January 2014

From the beginning of 2014, I decided to try alternating our monthly weekend trips between a Saturday and the usual Sunday, to see if I could improve the number of members attending the outings. The trip to RSPB Rainham Marshes was the first of our scheduled Saturday outings. 9 members assembled in the car park on a pleasant crisp morning, with all but one, suitably dressed in wellington boots - more to come on that subject shortly. More...

Mid-week Walk at WWT London Wetland Centre

Thursday, 9 January 2014

Weather: Partly cloudy at first with a few spots of rain but becoming dry and mainly sunny by the afternoon 10C - Eleven of us gathered at Barnes, having braved the encroaching flood waters on the two main access routes, which for once were clear of major hold-ups. More...

Papercourt on New Year's Day - by Neil Bew

Wednesday, 1 January 2014

As ever, today was a chance to start the 'year list', if you keep such a thing, with a hopefully pleasant stroll around the Papercourt area. Papercourt is a brilliant spot all year round with a nice habitat mix including meadow, gravel pits, river, farmland and a mix of scrub and tree cover. More...

Mid-week Walk at Moor Green Lakes

Wednesday, 18 December 2013

Weather: Fine, mainly sunny and calm, becoming windy from southwest 10C - Seven of us made the trip to Sandhurst to visit this very pleasant reserve. More...

Cliffe Pools - by Frank Clark

Sunday, 24 November 2013

The last time I organised a group trip to this site, in August 2012, the attendance was very poor - 1 (me), so I was hoping for a few more of our group to attend. The new car park at the bottom of Salt Lane has made access to the reserve much easier and I was pleased More...

Mid-week walk at Dorney/Jubilee River

Tuesday, 12 November 2013

Weather: Mainly bright sunshine but becoming increasingly windy from north. 12C - Having left home with a spattering of rain on the windscreen it was a relief to see this disperse and a line of clear blue sky appear as we approached Dorney. More...

Farlington Marshes (Hayling Island, tornado and semipalmated plover) - by Frank Clark

Sunday, 20 October 2013

There is a small number in our group, myself included, who are dedicated birders ("twitchers" as many of you will know us as). News of a semipalmated plover, an American wader and only the 5th record in the UK, More...

Mid-week Walk at Bushy Park

Thursday, 3 October 2013

Weather: Bright and dry at first becoming showery and then wet 17C - Eight of us met in the car park, surrounded by dog walkers, joggers, walkers and an exercise class. It had been a sunny start to the day but the skies were darkening to the west More...

Brownsea Island - by Frank Clark

Sunday, 29 September 2013

Located in the middle of Poole Harbour, this island is owned by the National Trust, who lease 250 acres in the north of the island to the Dorset Wildlife Trust. This 250 acre reserve has a mixed habitat that consists of 2 freshwater lakes, mixed woodland including Scots and maritime pine, heathland, open grassy areas and a large brackish non-tidal lagoon (approximately 70 acres). More...

Mid-week Walk at Harmondsworth Moor

Wednesday, 18 September 2013

Weather: Cloudy with sunny spells. 14c - This parkland lies close to the junction of the M25 and M4, just to the north-west of Heathrow and close to Harmondsworth village. It was developed from a landfill site as part of an agreement whereby British Airways were given permission More...

Mid-week Walk at Staines Reservoir - by Peter Hambrook

Tuesday, 27 August 2013

Weather: sunny and warm, calm 25C - Having found that Spelthorne Council's car park was fairly full of fly-tipped rubbish, most squeezed their cars into the remaining space. Alan and Angela however decided to park their posh motor in the nearby council estate for safety! More...

Rye Harbour - by Frank Clark

Sunday, 28 July 2013

Run by the East Sussex County Council and designated as a SSSI, this site has a large shingle beach which guards a number of water filled pits, areas of marsh and some scattered woodland. It is a flat well laid out reserve and has a number of circular routes. More...

Otmoor RSPB - by Frank Clark

Saturday, 27 July 2013

Located approximately 7 miles north-east of Oxford, Otmoor is not one of the better known RSPB reserves. There are large areas of coarse grasses, sedge and rushes which are generally kept wet all year round. More...

Mid-week Walk on Bookham Common - by Peter Hambrook

Thursday, 4 July 2013

Weather: Overcast, dry and fairly cool. 18C - Some ten of us assembled at the One Hundred Pound Bridge car park for this walk. Being in a dead period for birds the walk was timed to cover the flight period for many of the butterflies for which the Bookham Commons are famous. Unfortunately, due to the cool conditions and lack of sunshine, we struggled with these as well! More...

Plains and the Picos

Thursday, 27 June 2013

The 'plains' in the title refer to a mix of both agricultural but also more rugged areas with hills and gorges north of Madrid which were to be our home for a couple of days before we moved onto the mountains of north west Spain, known as the Picos de Europa. Yes, this is the annual pilgrimage of NW Surrey RSPB to Europe, More...

Mid-week Walk at Thursley Common - by Peter Hambrook

Wednesday, 12 June 2013

Weather: Cool, overcast and breezy with drizzly showers later. 16C - Nine of us, including two non-members, braved an uninspiring weather forecast to sample the delights of Thursley in 'summer'. Well, the calendar said it was summer but it felt more like April. More...

Horsell Common - by Frank Clark

Tuesday, 11 June 2013

Over the last few years, I have been alternating the nightjar walk between Horsell Common and Chobham Common. This year's walk found 26 of us, assembling in the car park at Horsell Common. The weather was good and it was warm and clear. More...

Mid-week Walk at Papercourt - by Peter Hambrook

Tuesday, 14 May 2013

Weather: Cold, overcast and windy with intermittent light rain 12C. This visit didn't start well with one leader unable to make it and the other confused over his own start time, resulting in a ten-minute late arrival! Apologies to all involved. More...

Lakenheath Fen / Weeting Heath and Wicken Fen - by Frank Clark

Sunday, 12 May 2013

This trip would see us bird watching at 3 locations, in 3 different counties. Firstly, Lakenheath Fen RSPB reserve in Suffolk, Weeting Heath in Norfolk and finally Wicken Fen in Cambridgeshire. Setting off at 06.00, we arrived at Lakenheath at 07.20. More...

Dungeness - by Frank Clark

Sunday, 28 April 2013

Leaving home at 05.30, we arrived at the car park at the old light house at 07.30. The weather was considerable better than our previous visit (April 2012) and it was easy for us to get out of the car. After unpacking our gear we set off for the beach to see what might be moving through. More...

Mid-week walk at Pulborough Brooks - by Peter Hambrook

Thursday, 25 April 2013

Weather: Cool at first but soon warmed up to a balmy 22C - This trip was slightly outside the range of our normal local walks but attracted fifteen of us altogether so may become a regular feature for late April. More...

Mid-week Walk at Wey Meadows - by Peter Hambrook

Wednesday, 20 March 2013

Weather: Dull, cool and drizzly to start, becoming brighter and warmer later. 7C. Once again we totally took over all available parking at the meeting point, with twelve members and five visitors for a total of 17. We believe that this is the new record to beat for the mid-week walks! More...