Walking (Half Day – Wednesday)


The walks are about 5 miles long using footpaths, bridleways, farm tracks, quiet lanes and sometimes roads and can be rather muddy so stout walking shoes/boots are essential. Stiles are an inevitable part of these walks!

Where and when

We meet at various locations, generally within a 30-40 min drive from Market Harborough, with a walk start time of 10.00 a.m. The starting point is published in the Newsletter and on the SLU3A website.

Other information

As of May 2018 there are now a few places available in this group. If you would like to join please contact me to see whether this still is the case and for any other information. If you are able to lead a walk this would be much appreciated! Most current members of the group take their turn in doing this although that isn't essential.

Contact details

Bruce White 01858 467976   email: bruceywhite@yahoo.co.uk


Walking (Wednesday Half Day) – December

This month’s walk is on the 12th and will be lead by Frank and Linda. Meet at the Crown, Tur Langton for a 10.00 a.m. start. Park at the top end of their car park. Everyone has pre ordered and paid £5 deposit, so please bring some CASH to pay your balance as we have […]

Weds Half Day Walking

Walking (Wednesday Half Day) – November Report

Once again we were blessed with a balmy, if a bit windy, day for our  November walk from Geddington! Nineteen of us set out across the fields ably led by Terry with Graham bringing up the rear. Much to many peoples’ relief only two stiles near the beginning were all that were encountered during the […]

Walking (Wednesday Half Day) – November

The November half day walk on the 14th is from Geddington and will be led by Terry and Graham. From the A4300 New Road/Stamford Road turn into West Street ( or straight over if approaching from Newton ), go past the Eleanor Cross and turn L into Wood Street. Park at the end of the […]

Weds Half Day Walking

Walking (Wednesday Half Day) – October Report

Thanks to Alec and Carol for picking a superb day for their walk from Wing in Rutland, much appreciated by all I’m sure.  The fine sunny day meant the views could really be appreciated. An excellent turn out too in my absence  – hmmmm!!   Bruce White

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Walking (Wednesday Half Day) – October

The October half day walk on the 10th will be led by Alec and Carol and will commence from Wing in Rutland. Please meet in front of the Kings Arms pub ready for a 10:00 start. The walk has some fine views so let’s hope we can see them!! Directions to Wing (should you need […]

Weds Half Day Walking

Walking (Wednesday Half Day) – September Report

The walk from Kibworth Beauchamp took us across the middle of Kibworth Golf Course, over fields and along farm tracks to the canal at Debdale Wharf. A short stretch of canal towpath and a coffee stop was followed by lots of grassy fields and many stiles (lots of them doubles) back to Kibworth via Smeeton Westerby. […]

Walking (Wednesday Half Day) – September

The September walk on the 12th is from Kibworth Beauchamp. Park in the free School Road Car Park off the High Street. The walk will start from there at the usual time of 10:00 taking in the golf course, canal and Smeeton Westerby. The walk is very easy with NO hills or ploughed fields BUT […]

Walking (Wednesday Half Day) – August Report

21 of us enjoyed the walk from Lubenham over the fields towards Foxton top car park, along the canal and back via Papillon Hall Farm and Marston Trussel. Our thanks to Eddie and Edith for another uneventful walk – our walks are becoming so boring!! Bruce White

Walking Half Day (Wednesday) – August

Eddie and Edith are leading the August walk from Lubenham. Park around the Green where the walk will start from at 10:00. The walk heads towards the Foxton Locks car park then along the towpath before heading towards Marston Trussell and returning to Lubenham. Bruce White

Walking (Wednesday Half Day) – July Report

Yet another pretty uneventful walk! The ‘Three Peaks’ walk from Tilton on the Hill may have started in fairly chilly, overcast conditions but certainly finished with blue sky and blazing hot sunshine! The peaks in question of Whatborough, Colborough and Robin-a-Tiptoe at 230, 220 and 222 metres respectively hardly compare with Yorkshires and what’s more […]