Mole Valley Ramblers

friendly walking in the heart of Surrey

Group Holiday 2017

For the Group holiday in 2017 we will be going to north Somerset, staying at Holnicote Housethe HF house at Selworthy, for the week beginning Friday 8th September 2017. There will be the usual three levels of guided walks, on Exmoor and along the coast.

We will be booking individually, as this allows for access to more single rooms. There is usually a high demand for these. The HF reservations telephone number is 0345 470 7558 or 0208 732 1250, or you can book online at www.hfholidays.co.ukContact Gill Collins on 01306 500157 if you have any queries.

Local Weather

Walking For Health

The Walk for Health scheme is a programme of fun, free and accessible volunteer-led walks, bringing people together to socialise and motivate one another.  For more information on this scheme in the Mole Valley area, please read this article.

MVR Diary

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   Wed 6 Dec  Christmas Lunch
   2018  
   Sat 27 Jan Winter Lunch
   Sat 28 Apr to        MVR Spring Walk Festival 
   Mon 7 May      
   

News

Update from Ramblers CEO

Vanessa Griffiths, Ramblers CEO, is now sending a monthly email to all Areas for onward transmission to their members. The latest copy (dated 20 October) sent to Graham Butler, Acting Secretary for the Surrey Area, can be viewed here.

Explore the Deepdene Trail

A new video promoting the delights of this local attraction can now be seen here,

Group Holiday Report

Ten members of our group enjoyed a week at HF Selworthy in September. A short report of their holiday can be seen here.

Newlands Corner Update - 13 Sept 17

The Planning Inspectorate has told Surrey County Council that a Public Enquiry into the multi-user play trail will be needed. SCC has decided not to continue with its proposal at the moment due to the cost of setting up an enquiry, but they might want to revisit the play trail plans at a later date. More information and comment can be found here.

Surrey's Footpaths

The Surrey Hills Society recently ran an article on the county's public paths network - a topic close to our hearts. You can read their article here.

News Archive

To see older news items please click here.

Tuesday, November 21, 2017