Be a part of the Olney Ramble Sunday…
Meet at 9:30 am in front of Cafe Book shop.
We will meet up with Paul Boatfield at 10 am, at an old Market Square (where the famous pancake race starts) after leaving the road we are going across fields and leading up to the village of Clifton Reynes where there is a fine example of the Ridge and Furrow, an ancient form of cultivation and fine views across the valley, the whole area has a very mediaeval feel to it. We will be coming out of the village on a traditional bridleway across the river and then walking back through the streets of this ancient town of Olney.
Cost: Free walk for members and 2 pounds for non members!
But please confirm your participation by the 14th (Friday). So that appropriate transport arrangements can be made.
Please note: It’s liable to be cold and wet underfoot so please wear appropriate clothing and footwear for a country ramble and bring something to drink and eat (may be a banana or biscuit) as we have a short break about halfway through.
The walk will be about 9.5 km (6 miles) finishing approximately about 1 o’clock in the afternoon.
Walk at Emberton Country Park- Olney, Natural History Walks series, July 2011. Photo by Chanlynn Ho.
The walks are subject to good weather conditions – have a look at this website on the day of each walk to see if there’s an update.