Archive for the ‘SPECIAL NOTICES’ Category

Wednesday short walk Sept 13th from Sutton Cheney

July 28, 2017

Please note that the above walk will be from the Royal Arms Hotel and not the Manor Hotel as listed on the Summer programme.

Regards

Roger w.

Thursday 13th July – change of venue

June 29, 2017

Just shows how popular walking is and the impact walking groups have on the viability of pubs.

Gate Hangs Well Syston

Gate Hangs Well Syston

We will now be meeting at The Gate Hangs Well at Syston on Thursday 13/07/2017.

Our original venue of the Royal Oak Cossington already have a party of 20+ walkers booked in so we have moved 5 minutes down the road.

Long walks on Weds June 28th and Weds July 12th

June 23, 2017

Please note that the leader for both these walks who is Mike R has changed his phone number from 2331519 to 2336686. Would you please amend your programme accordingly.

Roger W.

Wednesday short walk June 21st Somerby (The Stilton Cheese)

June 18, 2017

Please note that there is limited parking at the Stliton cheese, however arrangements have been made for walkers to park on the Somerby Memorial Hall car park, which is on the main road next to the Stilton Cheese. Sorry about the delay in publishing this post but walkers have been informed on previous walks.

Roger w.

Wednesday walk 31st May from Belton In Rutland (The Sun Inn)

May 24, 2017

Please note that the Sun Inn will not be open at any time during the day, so lunches and toilets will not be available. The walk will start from the Sun Inn as normal but if walkers require lunch then they will need to make their own arrangements after the walk.

Roger W.

wednesday April 19th long walk Sharnford

April 10, 2017

Please note that the Countryman pub has been taken over and is now called The Bricklayers.

(L) Carlton (The Gate Hangs Well) Wednesday Summer Programme 2017

March 19, 2017

Please note that the above walk has been changed, it will now start from the Bosworth Hall Hotel at Market Bosworth. Unfortunately the Gate Hangs Well pub does not provide meals at lunchtime. The summer walks calender has been updated.

Roger W

Leicestershire Map of paths has moved

February 3, 2017

We have been warned for a while that the County Council website was changing. The map of footpaths and bridleways has now moved. Links on this website have been updated. If you have the page saved as a favourite do an update now.

New site for Leicestershire County Council map of paths

I don’t like to report this but the Derbyshire County Council map of paths is better see:

Derbyshire Map of Paths the online map is good but the Def. Map has errors take care.

Staffordshire is also quite good

Staffordshire Map of paths takes a bit of practice to find your way around

Nottinghamshire does not have online mapping.

For what is available across the country see:

http://www.rowmaps.com/

Take extra care at Gumley

January 20, 2017

A recent path report submitted to LCC by a member has resulted in action but in the mean time please take extra care using footpath A11 to the east side of Gumley Wood.

We reported “trip hazards on footpath A11 at SP683904.  The path has recently been fenced along the field edge and some sapling trees cut down, but the stumps are protruding some 3-6 inches above the ground, but are not clearly visible, causing a dangerous source of tripping.  One of our ladies tripped on one such stump on Wednesday and took a nasty fall (nothing broken fortunately).  They need to be dug out or cut to ground level before someone suffers serious injury.

LCC have responded. “I have to speak to the mapping office the has been unofficially diverted and enclosed by the erection of the fence. The stumps are difficult to see with the leaves on the ground and are a trip hazard. Can I ask that you make your members aware of this until we can resolve this issue.

I have served notice on the landowner to remove the obstructions as the footpath does not follow the fence line of the wooded area. It may take some time to get this resolved but I am not happy with what they have done the ground is narrow and sloping and when wet and muddy is very slippery in places.

I will let you know when this has been opened up on its Definitive Line.”

Wed Jan 25th Cossington (The Red Lion)

December 24, 2016

Please note that the pub shown on the above walk is not correct and should read (The Royal Oak) the walks programme will be amended accordingly.

Roger Whittle