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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

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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):

11th March 2015.



Parks and Historic Houses.



A medieval farm house, a Tudor gentleman’s residence, acres of parkland and a pioneering garden suburb – it’s Barking and Dagenham!


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Roger


King George’s Car Park, Warley

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


Ann’s Phone Number

Please note, Ann’s phone number has been incorrectly printed in the December to March programme - the 7 and 9 have been reversed.

Please refer to a previous programme for the correct number.

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

12th March 2015.


Meandering towards Moreton.


Meet Clatterford End. Follow B184 North of Ongar and just before Fyfield, turn left into Moreton Road and immediately left again, to park in cul-de-sac.  Circular walk



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John J.

Lea Valley, January 2014

Photo by Jenny

Dangerous Footbridge!

I have been out to look at the footbridge across Cobbins Brook at E174 GR 451 041. As you can see from the photo, a tree has fallen and jammed against the side, pushing one side of the footbridge up. Due to the slope and the wet weather, crossing the footbridge is very testing. I suggest that walk leaders do NOT to use the footbridge for a few months, while the problem is sorted, which could involve a replacement footbridge.


Brian.    (Please hover over picture for larger view).

STOP PRESS