We have suspended all group led walks until at least 31 May 2020, subject to further developments. Read our latest advice and position on walking and Covid-19.
Saturday, 4 April 2020 (Group: Worcester)
Start time 10:00
9 miles / 14.5 km
(Estimated finish time: 15:00)
Walk alongside the Frome valley through fields and on tracks. Walk goes south towards Stanford Bishop and returns via the Herefordshire trail.
Some stiles and probably muddy in places.
Saturday, 18 April 2020 (Group: Worcester)
8 miles / 12.9 km
(Estimated finish time: 14:30)
A hilly walk around Woodbury Hill and down into Abberley village returning by a steep ascent to Hill Farm and back to Great Witley.
Thursday, 23 April 2020 (Group: Worcester)
Start time 9:30
8 miles / 12.9 km
(Estimated finish time: 13:00)
A bus walk along Shakespeare's Avon Valley Way between Evesham and Pershore to celebrate 'The Bard's' birth on 23 April 1564 and death on 23 April 1616. "Life's but a walking shadow, a poor player, that struts and frets his hour upon the stage, and then is heard no more." Macbeth. The walk is fairly flat and with few stiles.
We'll be using the X50 bus from Worcester bus station (9.10) via Pershore Broad Street -where the Abbey tea Rooms used to be - (9.40) to Evesham - alight at Hampton Church (9.50) GR SSP 028 431. There are therefore various options in terms of getting to the start and back from the finish.
Saturday, 2 May 2020 (Group: Worcester)
10 miles / 16.1 km
(Estimated finish time: 15:30)
Moderate walk, with good views, from Bodenham Arboretum via Upper Birch farm joining North Worcs Path, through Eymore Wood, to the Severn River, and Trimpley reservoir to Upper Arley, Nash Elm wood to Good's Green, returning on the outward path.
Thursday, 3 September 2020 (Group: Worcester)
8.5 miles / 13.7 km
(Estimated finish time: 14:45)
A bus walk between Worcester and Droitwich along The Monarch's Way to celebrate King Charles II's escape form the "Faithful City' after the Battle of Worcester on 3rd September 1651. "Brother, I am too old to go again to my travels"
We'll start from the small commemorative statue in Cornmarket and close to the King Charles II Pub. The walk is mainly on the Worcester & Birmingham and Droitwich Canal towpaths so is mostly flat with few stiles. On arrival in Droitwich there's the option to return on the 144 or 144A buses or take the train.