RAMBLE 18th August 2013

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Hello All, it’s that time of year again!

As always with Deborah and I the emphasis is on the social side of the ramble rather than the macho slog of it.
This is not one for those wanting an iron man challenge, but if you do want nice views, nice company, a pub lunch and homemade cream teas and cakes for afters, than this IS for you!

Here’s the info-

The Date– Sunday August 18th

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The Time– !0.15am for 10.30am
The Place– Andrew’s Wood Carpark, Shacklands Road, TN14 7BD, off roundabout between Badgers Mount and Polhill.
The Route– To Shoreham Village and back.
Highlight– Cream teas in St. Peter & St. Pauls, Parish Church of Shoreham, 2pm – 5pm.

The round trip distance is only approximately 5 miles in total, but there is a hill and a couple of stiles to negotiate. If you can only manage half the distance transport can be organized to get you back.
ALL are welcome!

SimonSunlit hill

 

11 comments on “RAMBLE 18th August 2013”

  1. Andy Watson

    Well done to you and Deborah. Haven’t been on one before with the club. Really looking forward to it and glad to hear there will be ‘refreshments’ available! šŸ™‚

    Andy

    • Simon

      Hi Andy
      Great to have you along!
      It’s prime butterfly spotting country as well as Battle of Britain central (there’s a museum on that subject in the village), so there’s plenty to see (as well as eat!)

  2. Brenda Wheatley

    We hope to be there as long as it isn’t pouring with rain.
    Brenda

  3. Andy

    Hope the day went well for you all in the end. So sorry that Marian and I had to drop out so soon after starting.

    • Simon

      Hello Andy and Marian,
      at least you got into the group photos, so as far as anyone knows you did complete the distance!
      It can be our secret!

      • Andy

        Yes, and it had better stay that way. We are not going to succumb to any blackmail attempts!

  4. Freddy

    Andy and Marian, sorry that you had probs. – as did most of us in varying degrees. Happy social chats, good pub food and excellent cream teas – well done Deborah and Simon for getting 14 of us to walk through our local (hilly) but beautiful countryside.

  5. Brenda Wheatley

    Great day out in the sunshine with lovely views,great company, pub lunch and cream tea. I am sure there were more uphill bits coming back than going, or did it just feel like it. Thank you to Deborah & Simon for organising it all and Simon for carrying my bag up the steep bits.

    • Simon

      Hi All
      Many thanks to you all for keeping Deborah and I company.
      We have lots of snaps so stay tuned for the
      ramble de-brief, coming to the OVFM website soon.

  6. Mike and Jo Coad

    A ‘gentle stroll’, a ‘hill’, just 5 miles… this was the promise! The reality was rather different, wasn’t it Simon and Deborah? Our lawyers will be in touch about your misleading claims on this Tenko style route-march that would have had Bear Grylls crying for mercy. 14 people and a dog started yet only 10 people finished. Even the poor dog couldn’t keep up the gruelling, exhausting pace and had to abandon his attempt half-way round.

    However, you did try to compensate with a break for lunch and a cream tea so, not being ones to bear a grudge, we won’t mention the matter again…at least not until the court case.

    • Simon

      Hi Mike and Jo
      Shhhhhhhhhhhh!
      I thought we agreed never to speak of our fallen comrades. I counted them out and miscounted them back in!

      As for poor little Teddy…well I can catergorically say that no lovely little doggies suffered during the course of the ramble, as for Sylvia and Brian though…well that’s another matter!
      Those hills do seem steeper than I remember them!

      Anyway we’re now booking for next years OVFM Iron Man Challenge, I mean ramble…any takers?

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