plan for new year
Walking society members, help us put together a great plan of walks and other activities for the new year 2017!
The walking society organised 9 local walks for the new students at Cranfield University between the months of October and December 2016. You can read about some of these events here. These walks followed the footpath and cycle path to Cranfield village; showed us the way across the fields to a local farm shop and along a country lane to a local pub in the quintessential village of North Crawley; led us to visit a nearby historical market town of Olney and the medieval hunting ground of Salcey Forest; and explore the geology of the highest point of East of England and Bedfordshire’s best secrets.
Where could our walks take us in the new year 2017? This is an opportunity for our walking society’s members to have their say and get actively involved in planning our next walks.
If you are not a member yet, this is an opportunity for you to meet our friendly bunch and join our society.
Looking forward to seeing you!
If you cannot attend this meeting in person and would like to contribute with ideas for upcoming activities, you may email us at email@example.com
Andrew and Kristina
Our walk on 3rd December to the Forest Centre and St Mary’s church at Marston was our last big walk organised before Christmas. We are taking a well deserved winter break from now until the second half of February 2012.
I would like to thank all our walk leaders, our committee and all members of the walking society for making our walking events between the months of September and December this year so memorable.
Whilst no more “Cranfield University walks” for now, we are already planing events to take place in the new year 2012. And don’t forget that our T-shirt design competition is still running – you have a chance to win £50 outdoor shop voucher.
I also hope you will feel inspired to go for a walk individually during the festive season – I certainly will be doing so, enjoying the beautiful Czech countryside.
Have a good break and peaceful Christmas and I look forward to seeing you all in the new year 2012. ksodo