Welcome to the web site of the Gedling and Dukeries branch of The Ramblers. We
are a local group of the national Ramblers organisation and we organise a range of walks to suit all abilities throughout the year.
If you are interested in walking you are very welcome to come and join us as a visitor either alone or with friends. Just turn up and
introduce yourself to the walk leader. For walks over 7 miles you will need to bring a packed lunch. After you have had a good look around
these pages, we hope you will be motivated to come on one of the walks listed on our programme. We are a friendly and helpful bunch of people
of a wide age range and promise you a warm welcome.|
Broxtowe group coach trip|
Broxtowe group have a coach trip on June 18th to Bridlington and Flamborough Head. There are quite a few places left and we would like
to offer them to your group. Cost is only £8. Pick up times are Beeston (Lace Rd) 08.30 Bramcote Lane 08.40
Phoenix Park 08.50 and Eastwood 09.05. Times are approximate so it would be best to be there early. Details are on our website
Contact is Ken Gorman 0115 919 5920 or 07563 328635
Free Map Reading Workshop|
Beginners Map Reading and Compass Workshop Tuesday 19th July - 6.30pm to 8.00pm.
Anyone interested should contact Cotswold Outdoors, Castle Boulevard 0115 957 6890
Notts Area Ramblers will be putting on 3 Members' Days over the coming year as well as
organising a Get Walking Week in September. The Members' Days are an opportunity for members
to bring along their families and friends and meet up with other members. There will be a walk
and other things for people to do. Full details for each of the days will be published nearer
each event. Full details of the first event can be read here.
Also see the Programme and Events pages for more information.
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|WALKING FOR HEALTH|
Members may be interested in the walking for health scheme. The Walking for Health national centre is run by the Ramblers in partnership with Macmillan Cancer Support. The centre supports around 600 schemes across England that provide free, short led walks over easy terrain to help people become and stay active. These walks should last for no longer than 2 hours and be at a leisurely pace. More details: here..