Dates for your diary
Hazel Jarrold Memorial Walk
On the 8th October there will be a walk in honour of Hazel Jarrold. Hazel was a founding member of Thurrock Ramblers, former chairman and secretary.
It will be organised by area but lead by Thurrock Ramblers. The walk will be “Stan’s Walk”, starting from Horndon on the Hill.
There will be a buffet at Horndon Village Hall at the end of the walk.
Our Wednesday night soirées continue throughout the winter. The next one will be on 4th October at 7.30pm at The Swan pub, Horndon-
Quiz Night -
Quiz Night. There are still tickets available so if you want an entertaining Saturday night out with your friends, it is in the Horndon Village Hall, 7pm for a 7:30pm start.
Tickets, if you are paying on the night £3 per head. A maximum of six in your team. Bring your own drinks and nibbles.
All queries to Bernie or Carol Smith on 07704 431152
This year's AGM will be held on Sunday 19th November, 13:00 for 13:30. Please come along as this is your opportunity to find out how the group is run, what the committee do on your behalf and a chance to discuss what you have enjoyed (or not) over the year.
Snacks, teas and coffees provided. Non members welcome.
Xmas Dinner – Sunday 17th December 2017
The Xmas dinner is at The Top Meadow this year 12.30 for dinner at 1.00 o clock. Tickets will be for sale at the first meeting Wed 4th Oct at The Swan Horndon or ring Carol Smith on 07845 233640
Advance notice – Coach Ramble 20th May 2018
Details of the coach ramble will be circulated later in the year. It will be a very interesting cultural walk from Runnymede to Windsor taking in many historically important monuments along the way. As last year, tickets will go on sale from the Wednesday night soirée on the 3rd January.
Our website is at . You can also find us through Google.
As friends you can exchange addresses and phone numbers but the Committee Members are unable to provide either due to the Data Protection Act.
These are on mainly paved surfaces and made up well signposted paths.
City walks, river and canal paths and walks that follow a contour or gentle downhill.
There can be some uphill sections, but they will not be steep or long.
Typical length will be 5 to 10 miles.
These walks can be on uneven paths, muddy ploughed fields, through fields with many stiles.
There may be fairly steep uphill or downhill sections and or steps. Coastal paths and downland.
Typical length will be 6 to over 10 miles.
These walks require a good level of fitness.
Perhaps through very rough and remote terrain. There may be long ascents and descents.
Exposed paths that might be treacherous in wet weather.
Typical length will be 6 to over 12 miles.