Walking (Half Day – Tuesday)


Activity

Walks are normally around five miles - followed by a convivial lunch!

Where and when

We meet on the first Tuesday of the month at various locations throughout the surrounding area.

 

Other information

New members are most welcome so do please contact me for more information.

Contact details

Diana Baxter 0116 279 2947


News

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Walking (Half Day – Tuesday) – March Meeting

The next walk is on Tuesday 6th March at Billesdon. Please meet at 10.00 am at The Queens Head pub to order food. The walk is about 5.5 miles long over mainly grass fields and field roads and there are about four easy stiles. We will walk through Billesdon village then over some fields towards Frisby Farm. Then along Ashland’s Road. After […]

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Walking (Half Day – Tuesday) – February Meeting

The next walk on Tuesday 6th February  is from Maidwell. Please meet at the Stag’s Head pub, Harborough Road, Maidwell. NN6 9JA at 10.00am to order food . This easy walk will start at 10.15pm and is just over 6 miles long. There are no stiles , no steep hills and no ploughed fields. The walk is along a quiet undulating country […]

Walking (Half Day – Tuesday) – January Meeting

Hope you all had a lovely Christmas and have enjoyed the snow! I have decided to offer a walk on Tuesday 2nd January from Foxton . Please park and  meet at 10.15 am at  St Andrews Church , Foxton as l have not booked the pub. The walk will be along the canal tow path , a quiet lane and […]

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Walking (Half Day – Tuesday) – Christmas Walk

The last walk of this  year is  on Tuesday  5th December. The walk will start at  10.30 am at The Queens Head  pub Saddington and will be followed by our Christmas meal which is booked for 1.00pm. This short walk of nearly 5 miles will take us through the village of Fleckney. I can promise you grass fields and paths, some road walking […]

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Walking (Half Day – Tuesday) – October & November meetings

It was a lovely sunny day on Tuesday, 3rd October, when the Tuesday walking group set off on a woodland walk from Lyvenden New Bield, an unfinished Elizabethan summer house in the East of Northamptonshire.  The group enjoyed the open views and lovely autumn colours.  Lunch was then taken at the Sondes Arms in Rockingham.  The […]

Walking (Half Day – Tuesday) – November meeting

The next walk is on Tuesday 7th November.  Please meet at 10am at The Bell Inn in Gumley village.  This  short walk goes across the fields towards Laughton and back.  There are just a few stiles and a short fairly steep climb.  Please let me know by Sunday, 5th November, if you intend to stay for lunch so I can let the pub know numbers.  The lunch […]

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Walking (Half Day – Tuesday) – September meeting

The next walk will be on Tuesday, 5th September, and will start from The Navigation Inn, Kilby Bridge.  Please meet at 10am to order food.  The Navigation will have specials on as well as the normal menu.  This is a short, easy, leisurely walk of approximately 4.5 miles.  We will walk along the canal tow path, go […]

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Walking (Half Day – Tuesday) – July meeting

The Tuesday half-day walking group enjoyed a wonderful leisurely seven mile walk on July 4th around Pitsford nature reserve, which is a designated SSSI site.  The meadows were alive with butterflies and damselflies.  The group came across a huge Puss moth caterpillar on a mission to find a suitable place to pupate.  The highlight of […]

Walking (Half Day – Tuesday) – August meeting

As everyone enjoyed our walk from Saddington last year I thought we would make a return visit this month.  Please meet at the Queens Head in Saddington village on Tuesday, 1st August, at 10am to order food.  Expect walking by the canal, undulating fields, the occasional stile and lovely views.  If you intend to stay for food please let […]

Walking (Half Day – Tuesday) – July Meeting

The next walk on Tuesday, 4th July, is a picnic walk around the Pitsford water nature reserve.  We will meet at the Fishing Lodge at the end of the causeway at 1030am then we will walk around the reserve which is seven miles long.  We will stop for a short break and then lunch along the way. […]