Events and news

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2020 WALKING FESTIVALS

Plans for the Shropshire Way festival 19th - 25th September are still going ahead - so we are looking forward to a week of walks on the Shropshire Way.  Other Festivals later in the year such as Corwen, Wellington and Barmouth may happen, more info will be put here when it is available.


Ramblers Big Welsh Walk Saturday 3rd October in Chirk, Ceiriog Valley and Llangollen area.  Choose your route  6,11, 17 or 20 miles. Some walks are led and others self-guided. More info and register here

6 miles - Chirk area or Offa's Dyke Path and Llangollen canal; 11 miles Ceiriog Valley; 16 miles Castell Dinas Bran; 20 miles Pontcysyllte, Panorama, Clwydian Way.


OSWESTRY RAMBLERS HOLIDAYS

St David's Pembrokeshire.  May 17th - 20th 2021.  NEW DATE

4 days of walks, led by Huw and Janet, based on the Wales Coast Path in the St David's area.  Book your own accommodation. We had a great time at Aberdaron last year and will be really looking forward to more walking and socialising by the sea next summer. See Further details and a description of the walks

9th-12th October 2020, Malhamdale, Yorkshire.  We have booked a 3-night, guided walk, group holiday at the HF holidays house at Malham in Yorkshire.  If you are interested in coming please contact Ceinwen by email peter@danby118.plus.com..  The holiday is full board (incl. packed lunches), choice of 3 guided walks on 2 days and transport from the house to and from walks.

 


OSWALD'S TRAIL - NEW TRAIL GUIDE.  Have you tried out this circular route around Oswestry?  It is a 13 mile or 11 mile circuit or can be done in sections.  We have (July 2019) produced a revised trail guide, including a shortcut along the railway from Wilfred Owen Green.  The guide is now available to download here and paper copies will be available in local libraries, TICs, community centres etc. 

Feedback to webmaster@oswestryramblers.org.uk on your experience of the trail and guide.


SHROPSHIRE WAY

Walk the Shropshire Way Official Guide by John Gillham, published by Cicerone is now available. For more info see the Shropshire Way website and newsletter (July 2020)

The whole of the new main route of the Shropshire Way is complete and waymarked with improved paths, stiles and gates. Sorting out the route is a huge achievement and we are using it frequently for walks. There will be a Shropshire Way festival between 19th and 25th September 2020.