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Cirencester Ramblers is part of the Gloucestershire Area Ramblers and covers the south-east of the county between Northleach, Tetbury, Stroud and Lechlade, although some of our walks take us outside of this area. Since the group's foundation in 1974, the aim has been to encourage people to explore this attractive area of the Cotswolds and Thames Valley and meet new friends.  Walks are arranged most Sundays, between four and 10 miles in length, in our locality and in neighbouring countryside. There are occasional away weekends and other…
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Contact Mike Sessarego on 01386 593392 or email michael.sessarego@gmail.com 
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The club was founded in 1953 and has been very active ever since. The objects of the club are to arrange a programme of rambling, youth hostelling, caving, mountain walking, cycling, pony trekking and other outdoor pursuits. The club also aims to encourage a greater knowledge, love and care of nature and of the countryside. Stroud Rambling Club is an independent organisation affiliated to The Ramblers Association for insurance purposes and does not necessarily hold its views. For more information, contact membership secretary Jonathan Fowler on 01453 765490 or email…
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Winchcombe is a member of the National Walkers are Welcome UK Network, a community-led approach to developing towns and villages with excellent walking facilities.   The Walkers are Welcome status helps strengthen a town’s reputation as a place for visitors to come and enjoy the outdoors, bringing benefits to the local economy.   We organise an annual Walking Festival, developed the 42-mile long distance Winchcombe Way, created an ‘accessible for all’ riverside path, publish downloadable walking routes, and drive many initiatives around the town to make Winchcombe a…
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Cirencester Ramblers is part of the Gloucestershire Area Ramblers and covers the south-east of the county between Northleach, Tetbury, Stroud and Lechlade, although some of our walks take us outside of this area. Since the group's foundation in 1974, the aim has been to encourage people to explore this attractive area of the Cotswolds and Thames Valley and meet new friends.  Walks are arranged most Sundays, between four and 10 miles in length, in our locality and in neighbouring countryside. There are occasional away weekends and other…
Contact Mike Sessarego on 01386 593392 or email michael.sessarego@gmail.com 
The club was founded in 1953 and has been very active ever since. The objects of the club are to arrange a programme of rambling, youth hostelling, caving, mountain walking, cycling, pony trekking and other outdoor pursuits. The club also aims to encourage a greater knowledge, love and care of nature and of the countryside. Stroud Rambling Club is an independent organisation affiliated to The Ramblers Association for insurance purposes and does not necessarily hold its views. For more information, contact membership secretary Jonathan Fowler on 01453 765490 or email…
Winchcombe is a member of the National Walkers are Welcome UK Network, a community-led approach to developing towns and villages with excellent walking facilities.   The Walkers are Welcome status helps strengthen a town’s reputation as a place for visitors to come and enjoy the outdoors, bringing benefits to the local economy.   We organise an annual Walking Festival, developed the 42-mile long distance Winchcombe Way, created an ‘accessible for all’ riverside path, publish downloadable walking routes, and drive many initiatives around the town to make Winchcombe a…
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