The Notts Guided Walking Programme2016
Keith Wallace with his group of Mansfield and Sherwood Ramblers
pause for a while at the Major Oak in Sherwood Forest
Guided Walks is a compilation of guided walks for those who want to improve their fitness, enjoy our countryside and wild-life, and make new friends.
The leaders on this site are all experienced in leading walks.
Additional walks will be added later in the year as more groups publish their programmes. Please call back to see what’s added.
Most walks are free although a few walks by wild-life or preservation societies
may cost a small fee. Details are given where this applies.
Please browse through our site and make sure you read the articles in the panel on the right for more information about walking for health.
The Notts Guided Walks Partnership is an independent funded group.
The vast majority of our walks are arranged and published by walking clubs, historical and preservation societies, plus statutory bodies like the parish councils and Forestry Commission.
Talk to Chris Thompson
07719 827 808
Nottingham (0115) 9205110
We’d be very glad to hear from you.
This free publication relies only on grants and some income from advertising.
Any small contributions from walkers would be most gratefully received.
Please send a cheque (made out to Notts Guided Walks Partnership) to our Treasurer:
Paul Wagstaff, 107 Pierrepont Rd, W. Bridgford, Nottingham NG2 5DX.
Your help may ensure that our Programme appears again.
The Nottinghamshire Guided Walks Partnership is presently made up of :
Chris Thompson, Notts Area Footpaths Secretary of the Ramblers,
who supplies the drive and contacts;
Brian Cluff, formerly Chairman of Notts Footpaths Preservation Society,
who designed our printed booklet and now handles publicity.
Paul Wagstaff - Nottingham Group Ramblers
and Treasurer of the Notts Footpaths Preservation Society,
who manages what little money we have.
Mary Mills, Secretary, trail-runner and Chair of
Local Access Forum.
She handles the heavy typing load.
This is what the Partnership Team looks like
The Press and TV have been buzzing again with news
Government’s further initiative to encourage more exercise.
It’s the way to eat well and get fitter at the same time.
Have a look at this summary of recent research that makes it all quite clear…..
BIG LOTTERY GRANT
With the Big Lottery grant, we’re covering
a much wider area of the County.
If your club or organisation has benefited from appearing here,
we’d like to know.
It really helps us to obtain these grants.