Haslemere U3A

GROUP: Ambling: 2 - 3 Miles

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Northchapel amble January 2019
Northchapel amble January 2019

Ambling is a self help group, with members taking it in turn to lead about one walk during the season. After each amble a local hostelry is generally visited for lunch. For details of the organiser click here.
Walks generally start at 10.30am. Please arrive early enough to order food if necessary.

It is requested that all walkers carry with them the details of their address, next of kin and any medication that they are on. It is a good idea to have an ICE number in their mobile phone directory.
ICE stands for 'In Case of Emergency'! For those who wish to, the following link shows you how to add the necessary to an Android or I-Phone: www.wikihow.com/Add-ICE-to-Your-Cell-Phone

Where possible the Directions include a link to the streetmap website to enable members to view and print scalable a map of the destination. Postcodes, when known, are shown, but take care using these with Satnav as they sometimes mislead! The map is more accurate in all cases. A link to the website of the venue is also given where known.

Please advise leader(s) of walks if you are Walking or just Lunching so they can advise the Venue. The leader will respond to an email to confirm its receipt.

Date
Leader(s)
Where/Directions
2019
September 25th Colin & Val Langridge (653874) Jolly Drovers, Hillbrow, Liss (GU33 7QL, map)
Walk South from the pub taking in the asparagus fields, passing the emergency WW2 airstrip and North past Canada Cottage back to pub.
Gentle ups and downs but pretty reasonable going maybe a bit of mud where the clay finds itself exposed.
October 23rd Allen & Jeanne Chubb (654654) Petworth
November 27th tba tba
2020
January 22nd tba tba
February 26th tba tba
March 25th tba tba
April 22nd The McKenzies tba
May 27th Maggi Tomkins tba
June 24th Sylvia Mitchell (643220) tba

Following concern the U3A central organisation has issued a document about taking Dogs and Children on U3A walks. Dogs come at their own risk! Click here for details