WALKS

February 2020

  

Sat 29th – Around Wrington

Meet at 1.30 pm by the Golden Lion, Broad Street (BS40 5LA).

A 4 to 5 mile walk with some hills and views. Some parking in Broad St. (look out for restrictions!) or park nearby.          

Moderate

Contact: John 01934 842868                                         ST 469 629

March 2020

Sat 7th – Coastal Walk east of Clevedon

Meet at 1.30pm at The Avenue, Clevedon (opposite the golf course) parking on the road. A walk of about 4.5 miles over the golf course and Walton Common, & back via the coast path. Views of South Wales.   

Easy

Contact: Clive 01275 848052                                         ST 413 727

 

Wednesday 11th – Around Cranmore

Meet at 1.30pm at Cranmore Railway Station (BA4 4QH).  A 5 mile walk up to and past Cranmore Tower.                 

Moderate

Contact: Peter 01761 221995                                       ST 667 430

 

Sunday 15th – Around Winscombe

Meet at 1.30pm in the CP behind Woodborough Inn (BS25 1HD). A 4 to 5 mile walk with fine views and hopefully some wildflowers.     Moderate                                    

Contact: Mary 01934 843789                                       ST 421 576


Sat 21st – Sand Point

Meet at 1.30pm in the Sand Point National Trust car park, Beach Road, Kewstoke, Weston-super-Mare (BS22 9UD). A 4 mile coastal walk around Sand Point and Middle Hope with fabulous views across the Bristol Channel on a clear day. Steep and slippery in some places so bring poles if needed.   

Hard

Contact: Pauline 01934 820745                                   ST 330 659

  

Sat 28th – Another Wellow Wander

Meet at 1.15pm in the car park, Station Road, Wellow (BA2 8QB). A 6 mile walk towards Hinton Charterhouse.                    

Moderate

Contact: Martin 01249 720809                                       ST 738 581


April 2020


May 2020

A Booming Bittern

MONDAY 18TH  – “SPRING MIGRANTS AT HAM WALL” – A WALK ORGANISED BY JUDY NEWBERRY – 9.30AM- 12PM

This is a gentle walk, led by RSPB staff around the

Ham Wall National Nature Reserve (NNR, a nature reserve of rustling reed-beds and glinting open water which provides a vital habitat for a wonderful range of birds and other wildlife for us to observe all the changes happening at this vibrant time of year when bitterns should booming and warblers warbling! It may well be muddy under foot so come prepared and bring binoculars if possible.

Meet at Ham Wall car park, Meare, Ashcott BA6 9SX (charges for non RSPB members ), toilets and hot drinks available. The cost will be £5pp, payable on the day. Numbers are limited and must be booked on our website by pressing the reserve button (to be added shortly and leaving a contact number . More details from Judy on 07443639048                                                  

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