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Short and Tougher Walks 

ALL WALKS START AT 9.45 A.M.    (unless otherwise stated) 

If you are interested in where we have walked over the last 2/3 years see links at bottom of this page. 






November 16th         EARL’S CROOME


Meet:                       Earl’s Croome church.  Parking restricted, please try to fill cars.

Map:                        Exp 190, GR 870421

Length:                     5 miles, not arduous, nothing more than gentle slopes.

Driving distance:     6.5 miles, 15 minutes, passenger contribution £1.00

Leader:                     Audrey Newstead



November 30th              ROUND EVESHAM WALK”


Meet:                          The walk starts at the Almonry, please park either in town centre carparks (£3 for 3 hours) or in any side street that you are happy with and make your way to the Almonry to start at the usual time, 9.45am.

Map:                           Exp 205,

Length:                        5 miles.  The walk has been devised by Evesham Rambling Club as part of the town plan to open up parts of the riverside and to explore Evesham’s heritage.

Driving distance:         6 miles, 15 minutes, passenger contribution £1.00

Leaders:                      David and Jo Smith



December 14th            OMBERSLEY


Meet:                          Ombersley High Street, close to Checketts Deli., or by the church.

Map:                           Exp 204, GR 844635

Length:                        5.75 miles.  Gentle countryside not far from the River Severn.

Driving distance:         15 miles, 40 minutes, passenger contribution £2.00

Leader:                        Tony Braddock



December 28th            CHRISTMAS AMBLE


Meet at Pershore Bridges for a 3.5 mile stroll to see our local wildlife and to get over any

slight indulgences of Christmas.  Possibility of wine and mince pies at the end if you have

been good.




January 11th             ANNUAL LUNCH

This will be at the Boot Inn, Flyford Flavell.  Obviously, their post-Christmas menu is not yet available, but when it is I shall circulate it so you can make your choices. There will be a short walk beforehand, weather permitting.









Chris Wood has passed the library of walks onto me as he has now left Pershore and is living in Swindon.  He has catalogued them excellently into length of walk and into areas, so if anyone needs a bit of help finding a suitable walk to lead for the group, I have 260+ walks to choose from, ranging upwards from 3 miles!  There is no excuse now, just give me a ring!!!!!!!!!!!

Distances and drive times to walks are from Pershore and are intended as a guide only.  When sharing cars we suggest that passengers offer the driver £1.50 for the first 10 miles, plus £1 for each additional 10 miles or part thereof.  In the event of severe weather, please contact the leader to confirm that the walk is on.  Leaders should always attend the starting point, even if the walk is cancelled.


Library of Walks

Don’t forget that we now have a library of walks which has been compiled by Chris Wood, See the bottom of this page under walks archive. It is for use by everyone, so there is no excuse that you can’t lead a walk because you don’t know where to go!


DISCLAIMER - Walking is one of the healthiest and safest of Outdoor Activities. However neither Pershore and District U3A, nor the Walk Leader/Orgainiser of the walk/s has control of the environment of the walks, the weather, any animals or indeed of any of the walkers themselves, and whilst taking normal precautions, providing reasonable help and assistance as necessary, they cannot accept responsibility for any circumstances affecting the health or safety of the walkers in the party.
Walks organised by Pershore and District U3A automatically receive Public Liability insurance cover, provided the leaders are U3A members, through the Third Age trust. This is designed to protect leaders against claims for damage to property and for injury or death which might have been occasioned on the walk. This is NOT a personal accident insurance and accordingly participants on walks are responsible for their own health and safety and the safe keeping of their equipment, clothing and belongings.
Participants on walks should follow the advice/instructions of the Walk Leader in order to minimise any risk to themselves and should also ensure that they do not endanger any others in the party. To help achieve a problem free walk U3A members may NOT bring children or dogs on a walk organised by Pershore and District U3A. 

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