Easter Hot X Bun Walk from The Tors Inn Belstone Dartmoor
PAYMENTS FOR SOCIAL EVENTS BY BANK TRANSFER. Our bank has now imposed a fee for each cheque deposited in our account. In order to minimise our costs it would be very helpful if members would pay for social events by bank transfer, which is free, quicker and more convenient for the organiser. Bank details are: account number 20150354, sort code 60-83-01. Please idenity your payment with your name and advise the organiser. If you are unable to pay in this way we will continue to accept cheques.
Sat 7th Sep: Devon Area Ramblers is 50 this year. Several groups are putting on walks from various points around Dartmoor, converging on Hookney Tor at lunchtime, for celebratory speeches. Ours is an 8-mile moderate walk from Green Combe CP SX698834, starting at 10:30 and led by Rosemary and Alan. Our route to Hookney Tor is via Lower Hookner and Heathercombe and return via Clithers. Further information on this and other group's walks can be found on Devon Ramblers website or the Rambler's Walks Finder.
Fri 25th Oct: Quiz & Buffet Night, 6.45 for 7pm at The Anchor Inn, Old Fore St., Sidmouth. Quiz masters Roger & Jackie. Cost £9 (Buffet £8.50 plus 50p for prizes). Buffet at 8pm will cater for vegetarians. Enquiries/bookings to Roger/Jackie on 01395 577651. Payment by bank transfer is preferable as above, or by cheque payable to East Devon Ramblers to Roger, please see paper programme for further details. Booking and payment by Fri 11th Oct.
Sun 24th Nov: East Devon Ramblers AGM 2pm at Newton Poppleford Village Hall. Two morning walks followed by the AGM. Refreshments available. Book the date in your diary now. Agenda and details available October.
Wed 11th Dec: Christmas Lunch at The Victoria Hotel, Sidmouth. Book the date in your diary now. Full details and menu available October.
Jul 2020: A very early birthday notice: East Devon Ramblers started walking as a group in July 1970. The committee is interested in hearing from members about how we might celebrate our 50th birthday in July 2020. We would particularly like to hear from longstanding members and ‘retired-members. Ideas to committee members please.
Look carefully through the programme, there are often a number of walks with the possibility of food and beverages afterwards. Some Friday half day walks may offer an optional lunch at the end, usually in a public house, and some all day walks may finish at a cafe for tea and cake. It is always good to support local cafes and hostelries especially those that have kindly let us use their car parks for our walks. The monthly Thursday evening walks in the summer almost certainly finish with a drink option.
Sunday 15 September 2019Starting at 10:30A strenuous 11 mile / 17.7 km walk
Sunday 15 September 2019Starting at 10:30A leisurely 8 mile / 12.9 km walk
Wednesday 18 September 2019Starting at 10:30A moderate 9.5 mile / 15.3 km walk
Wednesday 18 September 2019Starting at 10:30A moderate 8 mile / 12.9 km walk
Friday 20 September 2019Starting at 10:00A leisurely 5 mile / 8 km walk
Friday 20 September 2019Starting at 10:00A moderate 6 mile / 9.7 km walk