Only 24 hours before the predicted heatwave we set off in low cloud and rain. Past the Grey Mare and her Colts (burial chamber entrance), Kingston Russell stone circle then past Bellamont House and follw the ridge East and eventually down to Little Bredy for lunch. at least the weather was kinder here, the rain had stopped and even vagues shadows appeared. The afternoon took us through the valley of the stones and a stiff climb back to the car.
We walked 8.8 miles and climbed 369 metres. All good practice for Nepal. Well done once again to everybody!
Our next walk will be on 19th July and of course is open to all members. Please do come and have an enjoyable day out with us. We are hoping to walk in the Purbecks.
more Our twinned club of Vire visited us for a whole weekend
more Some pictures
more Along the coast from Ringstead to Lulworth
more Wine tasting and Music at Sutton Poyntz to raise funds for Nepal. Use the arrows to scroll through the pictures.
more Mike was inducted at our meeting on 11th August
more A walk in the Purbecks
more Around the Dorset hills west of Cerne Abbas
more The first Rotary warm up walk, partly for Nepal, but mostly as a club social event, was a great success.
more Pictures from the Garden Party for Handover 5 July 2015
more Visit to Crealy Park on June 10th 2015
more Here are some Letters from the Kids
more Follow up visit on the water projects September 2014
more Visit to Nepal in November 2013
more Handover 2011
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