A Community Network for Bowes Park and Bounds Green
A friendly group of people from Bowes Park and Bounds Green who enjoy walking in congenial company. Weekend walks take place once a month,
You are very welcome to join us.Information: 020 8881 5195 / 07795 640464.
About the Walking Group
We are a friendly group of people living in and around Bowes Park and Bounds Green who enjoy walking in congenial company. Monthly weekend walks range from the local to central London to the rural. We aim to walk all year round – only really bad weather will stop us! New walkers always welcome - come and try us out. We also hold occasional social events.
NB: Always dress appropriately (rural walks may be muddy) and take water with you.
More information from firstname.lastname@example.org.
Founder member Catharine Perry talks about the Walking Group in this video
Sunday 20th September (Note: NOT last weekend of month this time).
Route to be decided later
Weekend walks 2015
Saturday 24th October. Circular walk from Welwyn North
Sunday 29th November. Urban walk, probably in Enfield
Saturday 29th August - Chislehurst circular walk, including part of London Loop Led By Robert Young.
Walking group on the walk between Petts Wood and Chislehurst.
WEDNESDAY 15 JULY 2015 - EVENING WALK ALONG THE PYMMES BROOK FROM EAST BARNET TO SOUTHGATE led by Caroline Wall
Saturday 27th June 2015 - 6 mile circular walk from Bayford Station , led by Caroline Wall
Wednesday 13 May - Evening Walk - Oakwood to Old Southgate via Oakwood and Grovelands Parks Led by Caroline Wall
Sunday 26th April - Country walk in parks and woodland in North Enfield led by Jane Fish
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 28th - Brixton to Sydenham Hill via Dulwich Village.
New Year's Day Walk - 1st January 2015
SUNDAY 30 November 2014 Tower Hill to Wapping
Sunday 26th October 2014 New Southgate to Lover's Walk
Who knew there were so many interesting bits of green and wooded space around the edge of the North Circular? A dozen or so walkers found out on this walk.
Sunday 28 September 2014 - 6.5 miles linear walk: Finsbury Park to Alexandra Park
Sunday 31 August 2014 - Boston Manor to Kingston
Monday 11 August 2014 - Evening walk via Oakwood and Grovelands Parks to Ye Olde Cherry Tree Pub, Southgate Green
Wednesday 16 July 2014 - Bounds Green to Stroud Green
Saturday 28 June 2014 – Wanstead to Chingford
We got to Wanstead in 50 minutes. Weather was as forecast. One heavy downpour while we had coffee and lunch, and another when leaving Wanstead Park. After that only a few light showers and wet grass to contend with. It was an interesting, green, easy walking, no roads walk. And the information centre was open in Wanstead Park. Despite being a Centenary Epping Forest Walk, it is not waymarked. Having pre-walked it twice, the final route still varied slightly. Definitely a walk to be done with somebody who roughly knows it. But we got to Chingford, earlier than expected, and enjoyed the usual pub finish. Despite some rain, a good walk.
Wednesday 11 June 2014 - Enfield to Bowes Park
21 walkers (probably a record number) came for all or part of this delightful midsummer-ish evening 4.5 mile walk along the New River from Enfield. Those that lasted out to the end felt we had earned our convivial drinks in The Step which rounded off the evening.
Sunday 25 May 2014 - walk from Debden to Theydon Bois via Abridge
Monday 12 May 2014 - evening walk from East Barnet to The Ranelagh
Saturday 26th April 2014 - Walthamstow Marshes
Sunday 30th March 2014 - a walk round historic Chelsea
There was a good turnout for this walk, which included a visit to Ranelagh Gardens, (a pretty wooded park within the grounds of the Royal Hospital), which was new to most of the walkers.
Saturday 22 February 2014 – 6 mile linear walk: Watton-at-Stone Station to Hertford North Station.
A scenic walk in Hertfordshire passing through a country estate and alongside the River Beane
Sunday 26 January 2014 Spitalfields and Whitechapel
A good sized group braved the rain and cold to sample some of the delights of the east end, including a Hawksmoor church, Spitalfields market, a Grade1 listed shopfront behind Liverpool Street Station, and a former doss-house where Stalin and George Orwell once stayed - now converted into posh flats.
Wednesday 1 January 2014 - Edmonton to Winchmore Hill
Sunday 24 November 2013 'Primrose Hill, Regents Park and St. Johns Wood'
Saturday 26 October 2013 - "Ally Pally deer park to John Constable's grave, Hampstead"
Saturday 28 September 2013 - "Tottenham Hale to Upper Clapton"
Saturday 31st August 2013 - Broxbourne to Cheshunt
Thursday 22 August (evening walk) 2013 - Friern Barnet to Fortis Green
Sunday 28 July 2013, Mill Hill to Brent Cross and Finchley
Monday 15 July 2013, evening walk “A wander around Winchmore Hill and a walk in a park”
Saturday 29 June 2013- walk around St Albans
Friday 21 June 2013 Summer Solstice evening walk - woods and paths near Hampstead Garden Suburb
Saturday 25th May 2013 _ Regents Canal
Thursday 16th May 2013 - "Saunter in Southgate"
Saturday 27 April 2013 – circular waterside walk between Hertford and Ware
Sunday 24th March 2013 - Lover's Walk to Princess Park Manor
Sunday 24th February 2013 - Winchmore Hill to Southgate
Sunday 27th January 2013 - Greenwich to Woolwich
Tuesday 1 January 2013 New Southgate ramble
Sunday 25 November 2012 - Angel to St Pauls
Saturday 27 October 2012 - Farthing Down, Happy Valley and Chaldon Church
Saturday 29 September 2012 - Egham to Windsor
Sunday 26 August 2012. Circular walk in the Lee Valley from Cheshunt
Thursday 16 August 2012. Evening walk in Wood Green and Tottenham
Saturday 28 July 2012- Penge West, Crystal Palace, Horniman museum
Wednesday 11 July 2012: Evening walk in the Lea Valley
Meanderings in Mill Hill, Sunday 24 June 2012
Muswell Hill to East Finchley, Tuesday 19 June (evening walk) 2012
Shooters Hill, Eltham Palace, King George's walk, Mottingham, Sunday 27th May 2012
Finsbury Gardens (Bowes Park) to Crouch End and pub Wednesday 16th May 7pm 2012
Saturday 21 April 2012 - Cuffley to Gordon Hill/Crews Hill
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