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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


John Juchau

020 8502 1628

General Walks

5th April 2014.

Family walk over Pole Hill and on to Connaught Water.  

Circular walk for all the family, buggy friendly. Cafes available at end of walk.

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Programme for

more information.

Cynthia & Keith


Thanks go to Harry for all the hard work that he put into building and maintaining this site from 2005 to 2012.

As I worked on each individual page, I realised just how much love and effort Harry had put into this project. He had thought long and hard to find different ways to make our site both interesting and informative.

When I downloaded the site,  onto my computer for the first time, I started to realise the enormity of the task as there were over 4,000 files and 1 GB of data.

I know that Harry was reluctant to give up the ownership of his baby, but health problems got in the way.

Our condolences go to his family.



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

Featured Walk(s):

9th April 2014.

The abandoned stations, tram tunnels and rail bridges of Central London.  

A walk through the everchanging face of central London, highlighting the losses and changes in the transport system.

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Programme for

more information.

John F

Holiday taken 2010

Website launched December 2005

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

Lea Valley, January 2014

Photo by Jenny