Every month I will select several New Walks for you to choose from.
Up & Coming NewWalks
All walk leaders are led by volunteers, and all walks are free of charge.
I update these pages on a weekly basis.
|Sat 15 February 2020 09:40 – 11 miles/17.7 km – Moderate
HORLEY TO SALFORDS (LINEAR) – SURREY
Starts at 09:40: Horley station
A walk in the low weald, near Gatwick airport in the morning and to the north of it later, when we walk past a young river Mole.
A joint walk with Hampstead group.
Lunch: Picnic/Pub (Fox Revived) at Norwood Hill. Train: London Bridge 9:00; E Croydon 9:15; Arr 9:39 (Horsham train). Return from Salfords. Buy return Horley.
Contact: Geoff Stiles, 07552 095686
|Fri 21 February 2020 10:50 – 8 miles/12.9 km – Moderate
BEVERLEY BROOK WALK – NEW MALDEN TO PUTNEY BRIDGE (LINEAR) – S.W. LONDON
Starts at 10:50: New Malden Station – Zone 4
We follow the Beverley Brook through Wimbledon Common, Richmond Park, then on to Barnes Common before joining the Thames Path.
We finish at Putney Bridge for the District Line or mainline to Clapham Junction and Waterloo.
Lunch: Cafe or picnic lunch
Train: Waterloo 10:27; Clapham Jct 10:36; Wimbledon 10:43 Arr 10:49. Return from Putney Bridge Zone 2.
Contact: Richard Gardner, 07586 620733
|Sat 22 February 2020 10:15 – 15 miles/24.1 km – Strenuous
BEECHES WAY – LANGLEY TO COOKHAM (LINEAR) – BERKSHIRE
Starts at 10:15: Langley station
A brisk walk through lowland heaths and mature woodland close to London.
We pass through Langley and Black Country Parks, Stoke Common and Burnham Beeches, before finishing at the pretty historic village of Cookham on the River Thames.
late, at The Stag and Hounds pub or picnic, Farnham Common; “elevenses” at Black Country Park cafe.
Train: Paddington 9:43; Ealing Broadway 9:51; Arr 10:12 (Reading train). Return from Cookham. Buy return Cookham.
Contact: Nick White, 07443 503253
|Sat 22 February 2020 10:30 – 5 miles/8 km – Easy
MEDIEVAL AND REVOLUTIONARY CLERKENWELL (CIRCULAR) – CENTRAL LONDON
It starts at 10:30: Farringdon’s mainline rail station.
A unique meandering walk exploring the paths and passageways of the old village of Clerkenwell.
Where once was situated outside the City of London standing amongst fields, watermills and windmills.
Stopping along the way to visit places associated with crime, punishment, sanctuary and intrigue from medieval times to Dickensian London and beyond.
Lunch: Picnic lunch in St James Church or pub lunch in local hostelries.
Contact: Martin Fidler, 07939 032863