This month members of the Middlesbrough and District Rambling
Club raised their glasses to their walking forefathers at a centenary celebration.
The great majority of folk on the Health Walks are also on the SLOW Ramblers, so it's a good way to get to know everybody but there are also some people who have walked with other rambling
groups and just come straight on to the long ramble.
I have teamed up with the Cardiff Rambling
Group to show that walking is a great way of exploring the country parks but also a great way of exploring the area that you live in - where some of the best finds are just around the corner.
He is determined to create, along with son Jed, who is acting as Construction Manager, a warm community that includes improved, rambling
waterfront parks; esplanades and a 100-slip marina; and a new pier building and hotel.
Brian Keates, the rambling
club's secretary, said: "The party heard the crack and Violet, a retired nurse, knew immediately what had happened.
EJS is, indeed, a fine and informative writer, but I do wish that he would pay a little more heed to this aspect of rambling
Pauline Hawson, from Newcastle, runs the group, also known as N&D CHA/HF Rambling
Club, and will use any funds she gets to train new leaders to guide them on their outings.
, as far as I could see, meant sharing a field with unpredictable livestock, redistributing the mud around central England, ruining a perfectly good pair of shoes and (most important of all) coming across other ramblers, all with more sensible footwear, green waxed jackets, bigger lungs and sticks.
An alternative technique for clematis and rambling
roses is to grow them as they do in the wild - scrambling over a large shrub or up a tree.
FILM legend Sir Anthony Hopkins loves it, Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson hates it, now rambling
is to be the subject of Gavin & Stacey star Ruth Jones' latest comedy venture.
ACTRESS and writer Ruth Jones could be about to do for rambling
what Gavin and Stacey did for Barry.
I've been stocking up on candles, kindling and loads of tinned supplies because of his dire warnings concerning imminent power cuts and blackouts, but I've yet to experience any that are caused by wind power Anyone would think today's turbines were like an invasion of triffids, threatening every part of the British countryside, but alas they are fictional as are the rambling
letters we read every week in Voice of the North.