Barry's Blather - This week with London LDWA


Barry's Blather - This week with London LDWA
Barry's Blather - This week with London LDWA

Welcome to the first addition of Barry's Blather the new iteration of the London LDWA weekly newsletter.  Many thanks to Julie Welch who has been editing the newsletter for the last few years and is a very difficult act to follow.    I have taken over the role as part of the co social secretary post I share.  Please bear with me as I get to grips with the HTML editor (photo orientation is on the top of my list). If you have been part of a social or challenge walk please do send your photos and any commentary into London@ldwa.org.uk  and they will be included into the newsletter

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This week's Walk details:  Tunnel vision, writers and the army 

Event Type
 
Group Walk
Region / Area
Southern England / Surrey
Local Group
London
Distance
22ml.
Start Time
09.00
Route
Circular walk in Surrey/Hampshire border

Heathland commons, hills, valleys villages and several famous people to meet en route. The walk is based on previous walks that I have led but there has not been a recent recce; there may be the occasional surprise!

General Notes
Bring food and drink, picnic stops only. Please text leader to register and for precise travel details. Leader: Jerome Ripp (text 07470196890) Maximum group of 12
 
 
 
 

Recent LDWA London Group Walks 

Wednesday 18th August 

 

Adam Pode led an interesting walk from Vauxhall to Marble Arch which took in a lot of landmarks including the US Embassy, the Peace Pagoda, surreal architecture around Battersea Power Station and the much maligned Mound (which actually was quite nice). 

Easter eggs in grass

 US Embassy

 

Easter eggs in grass>

Outside the Army Museum
Apologies for the Orientation

 

Saturday 21st August 

Gavin led a 21 mile walk from Hassocks 

Easter eggs in grass

 

It was a busy week with other walks in Essex and Hampshire too.   Please do forward photos for inclusion in a later newsletter.  

 

 

 

Apologies for the late arrival of this newsletter, the LDWA website was down yesterday.  Please do regularly check the local group website as pop evening walks can occur at short notice  https://ldwa.org.uk/London/E/0/walks-prog.html  

London LDWA - http://www.ldwa.org.uk/London