Walking (All Day)


Activity

Our cross country walks generally start from a location within a radius of 30 minutes travelling time from Market Harborough.
From March to October the circular walks are usually between 8 - 10 miles depending on the terrain and number of stiles.  A packed lunch is required and there is a refreshment stop at a village pub.
During the winter period the walks are around 6 miles starting from a pub where lunch is arranged.

Where and when

We meet usually at 10am on the last Thursday of the month at various locations in the surrounding area, please telephone for details.

Other information

New members will be made welcome.  Contact Eddie or Edith Dixon on the number below.

Contact details

Eddie & Edith Dixon 01858 468758


News

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Walking (All Day) – November

The next walk, which will be led by Linda and Frank Carruthers, will be on 29th November starting from The Hare, Main Street, Loddington, NN14 1LA. This is the first of our shorter winter walks and will be 5 or 6 miles depending on weather and ground condition, followed by lunch at The Hare. Directions are: […]

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Walking (All Day) – September

The next walk, which will be led by Helen Salisbury, will be on 27th September starting from Hunt’s Hill Car Park, Sharply Hill, Newton Linford LE6 OAH at 10.00am. The cost to park is £3. Directions to the start are as follows: Take the M1 to J21a, then the A46, leaving at the second exit […]

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Walking (All Day) – August

The next walk, which will be led by Ian and Sharon Webb, will be on 30th August starting from the church in Beeby at 10.00am. The walk is under 9 miles in length going through South Croxton, Hungarton and passing Baggrave Hall. The pub stop will be at the Black Boy in Hungarton. The directions […]

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All Day Walking Group Short Break

All Day Walking Group Short Break Stourport on Severn 16 members of the all day walking group went to Stourport for the annual walking break and enjoyed excellent weather with walking on 3 days. The walks were around Lickey Hills overlooking Birmingham, the Severn valley around Chelmarsh and Kinver Edge including a visit to the […]

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Walking (All Day) – July

The next walk will be on 26th July starting from the Butter Cross in Eastgate, Hallaton at 10.00am. The walk is approximately 9 miles over well marked paths, bridleways and roads. The route will take in Cranoe and Welham where there will be a stop for refreshments at the Old Red Lion. Please car share […]

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Walking (All Day) – May

The next walk, which will be led by Kevin Millard, will be on 31st May starting from the large layby on the right hand side of the B6047 Melton Road between Twyford and Thorpe Satchville, just before the 1st countdown marker into Thorpe Satchville (Approx. 35-40 minutes from MH).  The walk will take in Burrough […]

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Walking (All Day) – April

The next walk, which will be led by Maryan Richardson, will be on 26th April starting from Swithland Wood (South) car park. The car park is on the right, off the road from Cropston, after the reservoir – Roecliffe Road – a short distance from Hall Gates Car Park Post Code LE12 8TN. The quickest […]

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Walking (All Day) – March

The next walk will be on 29th March starting from All Saints Church, Lowesby at 10.00am. This 8 mile walk is the first of the ‘summer season’ and is mainly on quiet lanes and pasture land. After a picnic lunch there will be a refreshment stop at The Black Boy Inn in Hungarton. Directions: B6047 […]

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Walking (All Day) – February

The next walk will be on 22nd February starting from the Royal Oak, Walgrave at 10.00am. Please arrive by 9.45am to allow time to pre-order lunch before the start. The walk is just over 6 miles. Directions: A508 from M.H. towards Northampton. Turn left at Lamport, through the village and first right to Old & […]

Christmas Walk 2017

Walking (All Day) – Dec 28 2017

Eleven intrepid walkers set off for their Christmas walk today from Braybrooke, braving the icy tracks down Newland Street to the field path covered in crisp, white snow leading to the Brampton Valley Way. Thinking the going would be much easier we found the Way icy in many places. Not deterred we carried on southwards […]