THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2016
20th October Walk Report.
24 members had a really enjoyable walk in Autumn sunshine albeit with what was at time a chilly breeze. We set off from the Exeter Arms at Barrowden for an out and back walk to Tixover church which sits in splendid isolation from the village of the same name. We had a good look round the church and had a leisurely banana break before returning for lunch at the pub which overlooks the village green and duckpond. Barrowden is a most attractive village and is well worth a visit.
Thanks to Richard for a lovely walk in what was new territory for most of the walkers.
The next KDRC walk will be on Saturday 22nd October and will be lead by David & Sarah (01536 510425).
Starting with the 9.21 am bus to Thrapston, walk to Higham Ferrers via Stanwick Lakes. 11 miles (8 mile option by taking bus back to Kettering from Nene Park) Lunch at Stanwick Lakes Café.
posted by CHANGERINGER on October 20, 2016 15:39 under Walk Reports
MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2016
Club Weekend at Llangollen October 2016.
The club weekend took place from Friday 7th to Sunday 9th of October and was attended by 26 members.
This year it was held in Llangollen and organised in conjunction with Secret Hills, a company specialising in walking holidays. The base was The Hand Hotel which has a splendid position overlooking the river Dee.
Walks of two different levels took place over the three days which enabled everyone to experience the beautiful views of the area.
The hotel had entertainment each evening and some of our more musical members were encouraged to join In!
A great time was had by all.
Pictures to follow in next posting
posted by CHANGERINGER on October 10, 2016 14:52 under Special Occasions
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2016
20th October walk report.
A smashing walk in glorious autumn weather from the White Horse at Stoke Albany.
A good turnout of 24 walkers enjoyed glorious views over the Welland Valley.
Several people remarked that they had no idea how attractive the countryside was around the area.
An excellent lunch was enjoyed back at the White Horse wher fliers were handed out for the 80th anniversary celebrations
Thanks to Rosemary and Robert for leading a most enjoyable walk.
The next Thursday walk will be from the Exeter Arms at Barrowden on 20th October 2016 and wll be led by Richard.
posted by CHANGERINGER on October 06, 2016 15:23 under Walks
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2016
KDRC 80th Anniversary Celebration.
In order to celebrate the 80th anniversary of the founding of the club in 1937 members past and present are invited to join us on the 11th March 2017 for the following activities:-
In the morning there will be a 5 mile walk over Twywell Hills and Dales. Meet in the Hills and Dales Country Park car park and the walk will commence at 10.00a.m.
(For those of you who don't know the park is accessed from Cranford or J11 of the A14 and not from Twywell).
In the evening there will be a celebratory meal at Pytchley Village Hall, 7.15pm for 7.30pm.
Tickets will cost £20.00 each and include:-
Welcome soft drink
Two course hot meal with tea or coffee.
You are welcome to bring your own drinks ( wine glasses wil be provided, beer drinkers may wish to bring something larger).
In order to have some idea of numbers could you please let Sue Craxford know by 31st December latest.
Payment for tickets will be needed by 31st January 2017.
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posted by CHANGERINGER on October 04, 2016 10:09 under Special Occasions
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2012
Visit to Lyveden New Bield
On Saturday, 15th September, members of the Club gathered at Lyveden New Bield for a short walk in the nearby woods, prior to a visit to see the tree purchased in celebration of our 75th anniversary. Part of the walk was on the Lyveden Way and the rest in Tresham's deer park.
After the walk we were joined by other Club members and went down to the Orchard planted with over 300 fruit trees of varieties known in the late 17th century which were grown mainly for their medicinal properties. The Club's tree is a variety of apple called Golden Harvey. Although the tree is still small, those who wished could taste its fruit as it had two small apples on it (the season has been poor this year in the whole of the orchard). In future years we will be able to visit and, maybe, enjoy more of its produce!
posted by CHANGERINGER on October 11, 2012 16:39 under Special Occasions