Central London Outdoor Group (clogevents) //localendar.com/public/clogevents Public events for calendar: clogevents en-us http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss localendar.com <![CDATA[Richmond Park Petersham Meadows Walk (circular)]]> See original email. For CLOG members only


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Fri, 22 Oct 2021 17:00:00 GMT null //localendar.com/elsie?DAM=PublishedEvent&event_id=1607&calendar_id=543902&k=102221&cb=false //localendar.com/elsie?DAM=PublishedEvent&event_id=1607&calendar_id=543902&k=102221&cb=false
<![CDATA[Guildford Circular walk in Surrey (about 8-9 miles)]]> This will be a circular walk from Guildford in Surrey on Saturday 23rd October. The total length will be about 8-9 miles.

From Guildford Station we will follow a route on the west side of the River Wey before joining the North Downs Way and heading east. The route will pass through wildflower meadows and Shalford Park, followed by a little road walking, to take us to Chantries Wood. Our route along the north side of the woods provides glimpses of Pewley Down before we make the gentle climb up St. Martha's Hill. From the ancient St. Martha's church at the top we should have spectacular and wide-ranging views south to the Weald and the distant South Downs. We will have our picnic lunch around here - remember to bring sandwiches and something to drink.

After lunch we continue to join the Downs Link to make a gentle descent and continue past a vineyard and on to field paths south of Chantries Wood - with some variants possible - before re-joining the earlier part of the walk to take us back to the River Wey and on to Guildford Station.

The walk will be limited to twelve people (leader plus eleven).

If you would like to attend please book by email. See the email sent to Clog members on 11th October at 11.16am.


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Sat, 23 Oct 2021 11:00:00 GMT null //localendar.com/elsie?DAM=PublishedEvent&event_id=1600&calendar_id=543902&k=102321&cb=false //localendar.com/elsie?DAM=PublishedEvent&event_id=1600&calendar_id=543902&k=102321&cb=false
<![CDATA[20 mile bike ride in the Chilterns on Saturday 23rd October]]> An approx 20 mile linear bike ride starting in Northwood and finishing at Chorleywood visiting some pretty Chiltern villages on Saturday 23rd October.

Please see email sent  to Clog members on 20th October for full details.

Melissa

 

 


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Sat, 23 Oct 2021 18:00:00 GMT null //localendar.com/elsie?DAM=PublishedEvent&event_id=1614&calendar_id=543902&k=102321&cb=false //localendar.com/elsie?DAM=PublishedEvent&event_id=1614&calendar_id=543902&k=102321&cb=false
<![CDATA[Chiltern Hills Walk - Tring]]>   This  Sunday 24 October,  I will lead a circular walk from Tring station.
   Sorry for the short notice.

As its the last Sunday of British Summer Time, I thought it would be nice to sqeeze in a Chiltern Hills walk.
There will be plenty of hills and lots of woodland plus some open countryside as well.
There will be a fair pace and a considerable amount of ascent, as we will be going up Ivinghoe Beacon with some good views.
It may be muddy underfoot in places.

Travel:     Catch the 10:53 from Euston Station.
START:     TRING Station at 11:30
Distance: Between 9 and 10 miles.
Lunch:     Bring a Packed Lunch.
Finish:     At Tring station late afternoon. Return trains at xx:33

BOOKING:-
There is no limit on numbers. We won't get many at this late stage anyway.

I will be stopping to read the map from time to time, as it is a while since I walked this route, and woods are tricky :-)
* Please keep behind the walk leader and don't leave without letting me know first *

Please bring a packed lunch, hand sanitiser and be ready to use a bush for a natural break.

Looking forward to seeing a few CLOGs there.
Ralph


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Sun, 24 Oct 2021 16:00:00 GMT null //localendar.com/elsie?DAM=PublishedEvent&event_id=1615&calendar_id=543902&k=102421&cb=false //localendar.com/elsie?DAM=PublishedEvent&event_id=1615&calendar_id=543902&k=102421&cb=false
<![CDATA[Woods and Water cycle ride ]]> This is a great ride for beginners and new joiners as we will be stopping in several places plus the distance is only 20 miles but all members are welcome on this ride!

We will be cycling from Hatfield Peverel to Terling where there is a windmill where we will stop for morning coffee and cakes at the Owls Tea room
 
Back on our bikes we cycle through Flacks Green and head into woodland near Ulting then past lakes and Lindsay Wood where we pick up NCN 2.  We cycle through Little Baddlow and Blakes Wood where we stop for lunch at the General's Arms
 
After lunch we get back on our bikes and cycle through more woodland and not long after that we start to follow the River Chelmer into Chelmford where there are frequent trains home.
 
See email sent to members for meeting arrangements

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Sun, 24 Oct 2021 17:00:00 GMT null //localendar.com/elsie?DAM=PublishedEvent&event_id=1613&calendar_id=543902&k=102421&cb=false //localendar.com/elsie?DAM=PublishedEvent&event_id=1613&calendar_id=543902&k=102421&cb=false
<![CDATA[City and Slavery walk]]> To mark Black History month, 3 re-runs of my popular 'City and Slavery' walk, starting at 3pm from Cannon Street station, finishing at 4.30 pm with optional visit to nearby bar or cafe. Numbers limited to around 12 people per walk. See June Events calendar for further details. See Clog email for joining instructions. Hazel


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Sun, 24 Oct 2021 15:00:00 GMT null //localendar.com/elsie?DAM=PublishedEvent&event_id=1596&calendar_id=543902&k=102421&cb=false //localendar.com/elsie?DAM=PublishedEvent&event_id=1596&calendar_id=543902&k=102421&cb=false
<![CDATA[Gaslit Ghosts of The Temple evening walk]]> Gaslit Ghosts of The Temple walk - Friday evening 29 October

To celebrate Halloween, I will be leading an evening walk on Friday 29 October on the theme of Gaslit Ghosts of The Temple. It will explore the enchanting Middle Temple and Inner Temple plus some sinister alleyways off Fleet Street. There will be 13 ghost stories along the way - unlucky for some!

At night the Temple area is lit exclusively by gaslight, and the deserted courtyards, lined by 18th- and 19th-century buildings, are eerie and magical. Fleet Street is a busy thoroughfare, yet a sequence of menacing alleyways and courtyards running off it spirit you back to the days of Dickensian London, and it comes as little surprise to learn that you are wandering  through the grisly realm of Sweeney Todd. 

About 3 miles/2 hours. There's a pub at the end.

Meeting time and place will be emailed to members.

Based on a walk by Richard Jones.

Bob

 

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Fri, 29 Oct 2021 23:00:00 GMT General //localendar.com/elsie?DAM=PublishedEvent&event_id=110&calendar_id=547724&k=102921&cb=false //localendar.com/elsie?DAM=PublishedEvent&event_id=110&calendar_id=547724&k=102921&cb=false
<![CDATA[The Eternal Lake walk]]> The Eternal Lake walk – Saturday 30 October

Distance: 10 miles.  

Drop-out points: none.

Terrain: flat. Wear boots as it can get a bit wet and muddy underfoot. This area is very exposed so it can get windy or cold depending on the weather. Be prepared!

Refreshments: bring a packed lunch.

Travel arrangements will be circulated to members by email.

No need to book.

Description: this is a different version of a walk I did in the summer on the north side of the Hoo Peninsula looking across the River Thames towards the container port and the Estuary. The beginning and end are the same but not the middle and it’s in the opposite direction!

On this walk we will explore The Eternal Lake which is a private nature reserve (yes, there is such a thing and we’re not talking naturists!) The reserve surrounds a large lake with a mock Stonehenge, a bird hide and various viewpoints. There’s also a café for afternoon tea and loos. What’s not to like?

Bob


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Sat, 30 Oct 2021 22:00:00 GMT General //localendar.com/elsie?DAM=PublishedEvent&event_id=107&calendar_id=547724&k=103021&cb=false //localendar.com/elsie?DAM=PublishedEvent&event_id=107&calendar_id=547724&k=103021&cb=false
<![CDATA[City and Slavery walk]]> To mark Black History month, 3 re-runs of my popular 'City and Slavery' walk, starting at 3pm from Cannon Street station, finishing at 4.30 pm with optional visit to nearby bar or cafe. Numbers limited to around 12 people per walk. See June Events calendar for further details. See Clog email for joining instructions. Hazel


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Sun, 31 Oct 2021 15:00:00 GMT null //localendar.com/elsie?DAM=PublishedEvent&event_id=1596&calendar_id=543902&k=103121&cb=false //localendar.com/elsie?DAM=PublishedEvent&event_id=1596&calendar_id=543902&k=103121&cb=false
<![CDATA[Halloween - Gone Wrong]]>  

Information will be emailed to Clog Members.



Location: Chiswick]]>
Sun, 31 Oct 2021 17:00:00 GMT null //localendar.com/elsie?DAM=PublishedEvent&event_id=1606&calendar_id=543902&k=103121&cb=false //localendar.com/elsie?DAM=PublishedEvent&event_id=1606&calendar_id=543902&k=103121&cb=false
<![CDATA[Film club discussion Zoom.]]> .lc_mobile_usr * {font-size:20px;} ]]> Fri, 05 Nov 2021 18:00:00 GMT null //localendar.com/elsie?DAM=PublishedEvent&event_id=1403&calendar_id=543902&k=110521&cb=false //localendar.com/elsie?DAM=PublishedEvent&event_id=1403&calendar_id=543902&k=110521&cb=false <![CDATA[Rolling Stones walk Sat 6 Nov]]> ]]> Sat, 06 Nov 2021 10:30:00 GMT null //localendar.com/elsie?DAM=PublishedEvent&event_id=1599&calendar_id=543902&k=110621&cb=false //localendar.com/elsie?DAM=PublishedEvent&event_id=1599&calendar_id=543902&k=110621&cb=false <![CDATA[Marlow To Henley-on-Thames walk]]>  

Please join me on this walk from Marlow to Henley.

10 miles.

Chiltern Hills, fields and woods, and some walking by the river.

Please see the email sent to members on 19 October.

Please ignore the email sent on 15 October.

Tom (B)


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Sun, 07 Nov 2021 10:00:00 GMT null //localendar.com/elsie?DAM=PublishedEvent&event_id=1605&calendar_id=543902&k=110721&cb=false //localendar.com/elsie?DAM=PublishedEvent&event_id=1605&calendar_id=543902&k=110721&cb=false
<![CDATA[The Drovers walk]]> A glorious circular walk from Sevenoaks via Knole, St Julian’s, Underriver, Shipbourne, Ightham Mote and One Tree Hill. A classic walk - with added commentary on the places we see.

Length: 12 miles circular from Sevenoaks

Grade: A little challenging. Very muddy after rain.

Good for: Historic houses, beautiful views, and stunning woodland

Travel details have been circulated to members by email.

Inspired by the Walk Tonbridge website

 


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Sat, 13 Nov 2021 23:00:00 GMT General //localendar.com/elsie?DAM=PublishedEvent&event_id=111&calendar_id=547724&k=111321&cb=false //localendar.com/elsie?DAM=PublishedEvent&event_id=111&calendar_id=547724&k=111321&cb=false
<![CDATA[Th/Fri 18/19 until Mon 22 Nov, Lyme Regis, Dorset walking weekend]]> Here are a few details for the clog members weekend. This is entirely self organising and you need to be responsible for your own insurance, as clog insurance is limited.  The area is quite hilly in places with the highest point on the south coast nearby. Cliffs are known for there high erosion possibilities. The Cobb is liable to high winds and waves. Accommodation: Check the usual sites. I tend to use Booking.com, and if you contact the place direct they might do a deal so that they do not pay their large fee. You might wish to arrange house shares. Air B'n'b can be risky, especially for late bookings, and cancellation policies. Walks.
I can lead some longer walks, perhaps 10-12 miles plus depending on the conditions and light availability, and others are coming forward also to lead walks. These can be posted on Whats App and discussed in the pubs etc. There is Golden Cap to the east, and Undercliff to the west, and no short cuts due the cliffs behind and sea in front. I would limit the number on the Undercliff walk as it is dense dinosaur territory comprised of landfalls and dense wooded and uneven land. We can set up a whats app group.  Covid. Please do not attend if you think or feel you have any symptoms, and certainly not if you are covid positive. Please remember the organiser(s), walk leaders and social organisers need to enjoy this break so a team spirit is encouraged. See members emails for contact details. Gavin



Location: Lyme regis]]>
Thu, 18 Nov 2021 15:00:00 GMT null //localendar.com/elsie?DAM=PublishedEvent&event_id=1609&calendar_id=543902&k=111821&cb=false //localendar.com/elsie?DAM=PublishedEvent&event_id=1609&calendar_id=543902&k=111821&cb=false
<![CDATA[Th/Fri 18/19 until Mon 22 Nov, Lyme Regis, Dorset walking weekend]]> Here are a few details for the clog members weekend. This is entirely self organising and you need to be responsible for your own insurance, as clog insurance is limited.  The area is quite hilly in places with the highest point on the south coast nearby. Cliffs are known for there high erosion possibilities. The Cobb is liable to high winds and waves. Accommodation: Check the usual sites. I tend to use Booking.com, and if you contact the place direct they might do a deal so that they do not pay their large fee. You might wish to arrange house shares. Air B'n'b can be risky, especially for late bookings, and cancellation policies. Walks.
I can lead some longer walks, perhaps 10-12 miles plus depending on the conditions and light availability, and others are coming forward also to lead walks. These can be posted on Whats App and discussed in the pubs etc. There is Golden Cap to the east, and Undercliff to the west, and no short cuts due the cliffs behind and sea in front. I would limit the number on the Undercliff walk as it is dense dinosaur territory comprised of landfalls and dense wooded and uneven land. We can set up a whats app group.  Covid. Please do not attend if you think or feel you have any symptoms, and certainly not if you are covid positive. Please remember the organiser(s), walk leaders and social organisers need to enjoy this break so a team spirit is encouraged. See members emails for contact details. Gavin



Location: Lyme regis]]>
Fri, 19 Nov 2021 15:00:00 GMT null //localendar.com/elsie?DAM=PublishedEvent&event_id=1609&calendar_id=543902&k=111921&cb=false //localendar.com/elsie?DAM=PublishedEvent&event_id=1609&calendar_id=543902&k=111921&cb=false
<![CDATA[Th/Fri 18/19 until Mon 22 Nov, Lyme Regis, Dorset walking weekend]]> Here are a few details for the clog members weekend. This is entirely self organising and you need to be responsible for your own insurance, as clog insurance is limited.  The area is quite hilly in places with the highest point on the south coast nearby. Cliffs are known for there high erosion possibilities. The Cobb is liable to high winds and waves. Accommodation: Check the usual sites. I tend to use Booking.com, and if you contact the place direct they might do a deal so that they do not pay their large fee. You might wish to arrange house shares. Air B'n'b can be risky, especially for late bookings, and cancellation policies. Walks.
I can lead some longer walks, perhaps 10-12 miles plus depending on the conditions and light availability, and others are coming forward also to lead walks. These can be posted on Whats App and discussed in the pubs etc. There is Golden Cap to the east, and Undercliff to the west, and no short cuts due the cliffs behind and sea in front. I would limit the number on the Undercliff walk as it is dense dinosaur territory comprised of landfalls and dense wooded and uneven land. We can set up a whats app group.  Covid. Please do not attend if you think or feel you have any symptoms, and certainly not if you are covid positive. Please remember the organiser(s), walk leaders and social organisers need to enjoy this break so a team spirit is encouraged. See members emails for contact details. Gavin



Location: Lyme regis]]>
Sat, 20 Nov 2021 15:00:00 GMT null //localendar.com/elsie?DAM=PublishedEvent&event_id=1609&calendar_id=543902&k=112021&cb=false //localendar.com/elsie?DAM=PublishedEvent&event_id=1609&calendar_id=543902&k=112021&cb=false
<![CDATA[Th/Fri 18/19 until Mon 22 Nov, Lyme Regis, Dorset walking weekend]]> Here are a few details for the clog members weekend. This is entirely self organising and you need to be responsible for your own insurance, as clog insurance is limited.  The area is quite hilly in places with the highest point on the south coast nearby. Cliffs are known for there high erosion possibilities. The Cobb is liable to high winds and waves. Accommodation: Check the usual sites. I tend to use Booking.com, and if you contact the place direct they might do a deal so that they do not pay their large fee. You might wish to arrange house shares. Air B'n'b can be risky, especially for late bookings, and cancellation policies. Walks.
I can lead some longer walks, perhaps 10-12 miles plus depending on the conditions and light availability, and others are coming forward also to lead walks. These can be posted on Whats App and discussed in the pubs etc. There is Golden Cap to the east, and Undercliff to the west, and no short cuts due the cliffs behind and sea in front. I would limit the number on the Undercliff walk as it is dense dinosaur territory comprised of landfalls and dense wooded and uneven land. We can set up a whats app group.  Covid. Please do not attend if you think or feel you have any symptoms, and certainly not if you are covid positive. Please remember the organiser(s), walk leaders and social organisers need to enjoy this break so a team spirit is encouraged. See members emails for contact details. Gavin



Location: Lyme regis]]>
Sun, 21 Nov 2021 15:00:00 GMT null //localendar.com/elsie?DAM=PublishedEvent&event_id=1609&calendar_id=543902&k=112121&cb=false //localendar.com/elsie?DAM=PublishedEvent&event_id=1609&calendar_id=543902&k=112121&cb=false
<![CDATA[Th/Fri 18/19 until Mon 22 Nov, Lyme Regis, Dorset walking weekend]]> Here are a few details for the clog members weekend. This is entirely self organising and you need to be responsible for your own insurance, as clog insurance is limited.  The area is quite hilly in places with the highest point on the south coast nearby. Cliffs are known for there high erosion possibilities. The Cobb is liable to high winds and waves. Accommodation: Check the usual sites. I tend to use Booking.com, and if you contact the place direct they might do a deal so that they do not pay their large fee. You might wish to arrange house shares. Air B'n'b can be risky, especially for late bookings, and cancellation policies. Walks.
I can lead some longer walks, perhaps 10-12 miles plus depending on the conditions and light availability, and others are coming forward also to lead walks. These can be posted on Whats App and discussed in the pubs etc. There is Golden Cap to the east, and Undercliff to the west, and no short cuts due the cliffs behind and sea in front. I would limit the number on the Undercliff walk as it is dense dinosaur territory comprised of landfalls and dense wooded and uneven land. We can set up a whats app group.  Covid. Please do not attend if you think or feel you have any symptoms, and certainly not if you are covid positive. Please remember the organiser(s), walk leaders and social organisers need to enjoy this break so a team spirit is encouraged. See members emails for contact details. Gavin



Location: Lyme regis]]>
Mon, 22 Nov 2021 15:00:00 GMT null //localendar.com/elsie?DAM=PublishedEvent&event_id=1609&calendar_id=543902&k=112221&cb=false //localendar.com/elsie?DAM=PublishedEvent&event_id=1609&calendar_id=543902&k=112221&cb=false
<![CDATA[A Trinity of Churches walk]]> Details to be confirmed

About 12 miles circular from Paddock Wood.

A long but beautiful circular walk taking in a trio of unique churches. There’s a variety of incredible scenery, including woodland, meadows, orchards and epic views.

Travel details will be circulated to members by email.

Inspired by the Walk Tonbridge website.


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Sat, 27 Nov 2021 23:00:00 GMT General //localendar.com/elsie?DAM=PublishedEvent&event_id=112&calendar_id=547724&k=112721&cb=false //localendar.com/elsie?DAM=PublishedEvent&event_id=112&calendar_id=547724&k=112721&cb=false
<![CDATA[Film club discussion Zoom.]]> .lc_mobile_usr * {font-size:20px;} ]]> Fri, 03 Dec 2021 18:00:00 GMT null //localendar.com/elsie?DAM=PublishedEvent&event_id=1403&calendar_id=543902&k=120321&cb=false //localendar.com/elsie?DAM=PublishedEvent&event_id=1403&calendar_id=543902&k=120321&cb=false