The Cranfield Clubs & Societies Fair will be in the CSA on:
- Saturday – 5th of October 17:00-20:00
- Tuesday – 8th of October 12:30-14:00
Go there and look for the Walking Society’s stand. Meet some of the walkers and ask all you want to know about the club. But above all, do not miss the opportunity to join the Walking Society.
– Why join the Walking Society?
– 1) Because you like exercise, being outdoors, and meeting people. 2) Because we have itineraries for all tastes: half day excursions starting from Cranfield for the ramblers, beautiful days-out for the walkers, and amazing weekends in the National Parks for the hikers. 3) Because in this club there is always something new to learn; Have you ever done climbing? Do you know how to read a map? Have you ever played geocaching? Do you know how to take good pictures? (find here past walks and activities)
– What are the benefits of joining the Walking Society?
– Do you mean apart from all the fun? Well, the club activities are either only for members or the members have a discount. You will also have a 20% discount in The Outdoor Shop in Stacey Bushes by showing your member card and a 10% discount at GoOutdoors in Bedford.
– Ok, you have persuaded me, this club is for me. How can I join the Walking Society?
– You will only have to come to the stand, fill in a form, and pay the one-off membership fee: £10. The next step is… walking! You will get an email with the programmed activities, and you can be aware of the upcoming events by following us in a social network.
We are waiting for you!
(If you cannot attend the fair you can always register in the club by following the steps stated in the Membership section).
Meet in front of Cafe Bookshop by the large chestnut tree Depart at 15.00 hours Return back at Cranfield University at circa 18.30 hours Total walk length: circa 6 km (3.7 miles) Please wear appropriate footwear and clothing for a walk on country footpaths – it may be muddy. There are some stiles to climb over. There is no cost associated with attending this walk, just turn up.
Expect some delicious cakes and ice cream. And a great opportunity to ask Angela about Lodge Farm’s non-homegenised milk, say hello to the cows and chickens or have a go at the trampoline.
A walk to Lodge Farm is one of the most popular local walks that Cranfield University’s students enjoyPhotos from past walks by Cranfield University’s students 2 Lodge Farm
You are a valuable part of the club:
Thanks to each and everyone of you, we are made it happen yet again. Another successful year of brilliant walks and trips all around the country.
As a member of the club, we hope you had loads of fun over the year, hiking over mountains and flat lands, around lakes and forests, exploring the country side and getting to know the history and bio-diversity of the places. And most important of all, making friends and cherished memories.
Now, it is that time of the year, where we let others know, who we are and what we do. Once again, we request your support and ask you cast your votes. And make your voice heard. EVERY VOTE COUNTS!
If you enjoyed our walks and if you believe we deserve to be valued as one of the best clubs in Cranfield, click on the link below and cast your votes.
Have a look at this website to see all the walks done over the year.
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Meet in front of Cafe Bookshop, Depart at 17.30hours Return back circa 19.30 hours Total walk length: circa 5 km (3 miles) Please wear appropriate footwear and clothing for a walk on country footpaths. There are some stiles to climb over. There is no cost associated with attending this walk, just turn up. Bring some dosh if you want to buy fresh milk, bread and cakes @ Angela’s Farm shop -). Tea & coffee provided.
Take a break from your studies – join us for a short walk to Angela’s farm shop at Lodge Farm on the edge of the village of North Crawley.Expect some delicious cakes and ice cream! A great opportunity to ask Angela about Lodge Farm’s non-homogenised milk, say hello to the cows and chickens or have a go at the trampoline.
© Cranfield University’s Walks – photos from our walks to Lodge Farm
A lovely walk along the River Great Ouse followed by a stop at a local outdoor shop – perfect for those needing to do some shopping before the upcoming weekend trip to Peak District!
Meet in front of the Main Reception Depart at 12 noon
Total walk length: circa 8 km (5 miles) Return: circa 18:00 hours Refreshment stop at Danish Camp cafe Please note that the weather forecast is cold, and it may rain slightly – so please come prepared. Waterproofs will be needed. Surface mostly suitable for trainers but can be slightly wet underfoot.
Please Contact Borja at “email@example.com” to confirm your participation.
Confirm your participation, latest by Friday the 18th, by dropping a mail to Borja.
Note: There is transport involved and only limited seats available. So, HURRY UP!!!
Have a look at this website on the day of the walk to see if there’s an update.
Photos from our last walks.Would you like more info about this walk? See our previous posts on outdoor shopping and a trip to Great Barford.
We are going to start the walk in the village of Great Barford, famous for its medieval bridge. Break at Danish Camp – described as Bedfordshire’s best kept secret (we might spot a European eagle owl there), followed by a stop to admire the magnificent historical Dovecote and stables managed by National Trust. The walk will finish at Go Outdoors store at Goldington Road, Bedford, for some afternoon shopping. Perfect if you like to try on new walking boots or get a new base layer!
Big thank you goes to Deborah who came up with the idea for this lovely walk.
Meet in front of Cafe Bookshop, Depart at 13.00 hours Return back circa 15.00 hours Total walk length: circa 5 km (3 miles) Please wear appropriate footwear and clothing for a walk on country footpaths. There are some stiles to climb over. There is no cost associated with attending this walk, just turn up.
Take a break from your studies – join us for an impromptu walk day after tomorrow afternoon to Angela’s farm shop at Lodge Farm. Expect some delicious cakes!A great opportunity to ask Angela about Lodge Farm’s non-homegenised milk, say hello to the cows and chickens or have a go at the trampoline.