Club News: Havering East London Ramblers
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The Havering and East London Group formed in 1988.
We meet on Tuesday and Saturday mornings for a walk, normally of five to six miles.
The Sunday walks tend to be longer, and are all day. There are also some evening rambles during the summer.
The meetings vary between local places, such as Thorndon Park, or further afield, Danbury, Hadleigh, Waltham Abbey, etc.
In addition we provide a number of London walks, especially in winter when fields are very muddy.
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There are some themed walks – bluebell time, looking at war memorials in London, for example.
We organise coach rambles during the spring and summer.
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Last year we visited Alton Waters in Suffolk and Canterbury in Kent. Both proved to be highly successful.
Our footpath officer has organised monthly working parties, with the co-operation of Havering Council, to clear blocked footpaths of overgrown vegetation.
They take a break during the winter but resume from March, weather permitting.
Our walks are an opportunity to see the best of the countryside, away from roads, towns and traffic.
All are welcome to join us.