Wednesday, 3 July 2019
Start time: 9:30
(Estimated finish time: 13:00)
Moderate 5.8 miles / 9.3 km
A spectacular walk across the face of Bredon Hill, with a reading and interpretation of AE Housman’s poem “A Shropshire Lad” in which our walk title is found. Looking out to the “coloured counties”, we explore the sunny, south facing slopes of this iconic hill. In association with Evesham Festival of Words and the Housman Society.
Refreshments: Pubs in Conderton and Kemerton and a shop in Beckford.
Arrive at the south side of the through road in Overbury village centre, where the leader will advise participants where to park.
Grid reference: SO956375
Start time: 09:30
This is a circular walk
Child friendly: No
Dog friendly: No
Leaders: Clive Bostle and Geoff Smith
To book for this walk and to view the entire Evesham Walking Festival programme visit: https://eveshamramblingclub.org.uk/walkfest/
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This is one of hundreds of Ramblers group walks for all ages and abilities every week - all led by our experienced walk leaders.
You’re welcome to join us on any of our walks to see if the Ramblers is for you. Then, once you’ve enjoyed the views, fun, exhilaration and good company, it’s just a case of becoming a member.
Do make sure you're fit enough and have the right footwear and clothing for the walk you want to do, though. You can contact the group or leader if in doubt.