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We, the West Essex Ramblers, invite YOU to join us for a walk.

We are a friendly group who like to be outdoors.



For general enquiries ring either:


 John Francis

020 8527 3938

or

John Juchau

020 8502 1628

General Walks


Walk cancellations: If strong winds, heavy snow or ice are forecast or any weather warnings are given, please contact the walk leader before going to the start point.

Severe Weather

Featured Walk(s):

12th October 2014.




Leisurely 6 mile circular walk from Mile End Station.


Meet Mile End Station and walk along the canal to Three Mills where there is a refreshment break.




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Sharon



King George’s Car Park, Warley

Now charge £5 for over 4 hours parking Monday to Friday. Free at weekends.


Lorry Park at Ongar

Please note, the Ongar Lorry Park has been sold. Leaders will need to find a new starting point for their Ongar walks.

Ramblers

We walk locally:

Local Walk in 2010


Epping Forest; Upshire; Waltham Abbey; Enfield; Cuffley; Lea Valley; Bumbles Green; Nazeing; Loughton; Abridge; Epping; Chigwell; Hainault Forest.

Further Afield in 2010


(Herts) Wheathamstead; Hertford; Manuden;

(Essex) Rodings; Easters; Writtle;

(London) Green London Way; Historical Walks;

(Kent) North Downs.


Shakespeare Way; Suffolk Border; South Downs; The Ridgeway Path; Sudbury; Rye; Box Hill & North Downs; Bodium Castle; The Chilterns.


Avon Trail; Crete;

Croatia; Isle of Wight;

Lanzarote; Norfolk;

Portugal; Spain;

Turkey; Weymouth.

We also walk farther afield:

We even go by coach:

Then there are walking holidays:

Coach Outing in 2010 Holiday taken 2010

Website launched December 2005

18th October 2014.



North Weald Circular.




Meet at “Kings Head” pub North Weald for a country walk via Stanford Rivers and Toot Hill.




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Mara

Lea Valley, January 2014

Photo by Jenny