Jonathan Djanogly MP joins Ramblers walk

Jonathan Djanogly checking the way back after picnic break at the Over village cricket ground

Jonathan Djanogly checking the way back after picnic break at the Over village cricket ground

On 3 May, Huntingdon MP Jonathan Djanogly joined local Ramblers for a walk through Ouse Estuary Nature Reserve.

In the run up to next year’s General Election we’re encouraging walking groups to invite their local MP to join a Ramblers walk.

The 13 mile walk, which began in St. Ives, was organised by Huntingdonshire Ramblers and led by volunteer walk leader, Trevor Blight.

Mr Djanogly appeared undaunted by the distance saying he was quite fit, enjoyed outdoor activities and appreciated the countryside.

After the walk, Mr Djanogly added: “I had a great day out with the Huntingdonshire Ramblers. A picturesque walk through the Cambridgeshire countryside including a nature reserve, decent weather and in good company – I am looking forward to my next walk.”

Mr Blight said: “We hope we left him with a good impression and he’s welcome to join us again. A great day was had by all.”

Starting in St. Ives, the group walked towards Holywell village and around Needingworth Lakes, and onto Brownshill Staunch to cross the River Ouse.

They passed through the Fen Lakes and Over village cricket ground for a welcome picnic lunch break, before making their way to the outskirts of Swavesey, passing through the Fendrayton Lakes and back to St.Ives.

 

Find out more about Huntington Ramblers walks.