Julie's Jabber - This week with London LDWA

Julie's Jabber - This week with London LDWA
Julie's Jabber - This week with London LDWA

Timeless views...


gavin coneyhill fo nd

The North Downs as seen by Gavin and Barry on their Saturday 19-miler from Coneyhill
PHOTO Gavin Fuller



ravilious south downs

The South Downs as seen in Chalk Paths (1935) by Eric Ravilious. This is the  path up from Berwick to the Long Man of Wilmington 



It's a go!...Well, fingers crossed.

Barry's comment on Facebook that his 19-miler with Gavin was the longest walk that he's done this year will strike a chord with a  few of us, including me.  In fact, a12-mile solo trot to the outer reaches of Bromley and back is the lengthiest I've managed in the past few weeks. Now we've been informed by the LDWA national committee that provided government guidelines don't change we can start group walks again (albeit, most likely, with a limited number of participants) from 12th April, Marie has been contacting walk leaders and is in the process of building up a programme. The details will be basic until the guidelines are defined firmly and we know what we're allowed to do, but we're hoping for some shorter mid-week and evening walks for those who need easing back into the longer distances. 



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