The Walking Group meets on the 3rd Tuesday of each month. We usually meet in Abberley Village Hall carpark at 9.30 am in order to car share where possible.

17th January Little Hereford
Four energetic ladies set off from Abberley in thick fog driving to  Little Hereford.  We did a great circular walk from the church where the snowdrops were starting to make a good show in the churchyard.

We walked by the riverside, through woodland, across fields, country lanes and back onto the riverside again.  We did not have fog and we all enjoyed an excellent light lunch at the Temeside Inn.

21st February - Rock

On another rather dull day Sheena led three other ladies on a four mile mile walk from Rock Church. Just behind the church of St Peter and St Paul is a moated site, apparently the site of a deserted medieval village. The moat was shown filled with water on a 1940 OS map. Our route circled Rock and Heightington with lovely open views towards Abberley Hill and over the valley of Dick Brook. Lunch was delicious home made soup and giant sandwiches in The Bell Inn at Pensax.


21st March - The Shelsleys

Two groups set off from the church at Shelsley Beauchamp. Two members and a dog completed a shorter circuit in the Teme Valley between New Mill Bridge and Ham Bridge and waited for us with a coffee at The Den Cafe. Seven ladies tackled the path up the Shelsley Hill Climb track (stopping to admire the primrose banks while catching our breath). We reached Clifton on Teme and then followed a path back down to Ham Bridge, enjoying views to the Malverns, Bredon Hill and the Cotswolds, We ended by following the river for a couple of miles back to the cars. A generous sized lunch was most appreciated at The Bridge Inn. It was beautifully sunny all the way!