Kingston Ramblers

We lead walks on Saturdays, Sundays and mid week

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Walk Updates (changes to programme 161)

Sat 26 Aug Linear Walk from Carshalton to Kingston - Click here for full details. ADDITIONAL WALK
Mon 28 Aug   Linear Walk from Ash to Brookwood - Click here for full details.  Change of train times. Now 10:29 from Surbiton (not 10:11) change Guildford (not Woking) for 11:09. Start time 11:18 (was 11:10) 
Sun 03 Sep   Round Walk from Sidney Wood - Click here for full details Error in Start Time in Programme - should read: Meet 09.00 Surbiton Clock Tower to share cars to start 10:00 at Sidney Wood car park, 1 mile west of the A281 on a lane that links Alfold Crossways to Dunsfold. Also NO PUB LUNCH bring picnic.
Thu 21 Sep   John Hauxwell Memorial Gate dedication. Details to follow
Wed 25 Oct   Round Walk from Virginia Water Station - Click here for full details. Additional station time Weybridge 10:33
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KR Diary

Sat 14 Oct Walk Leaders Course (Farnham)
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Tue 14 Nov KR AGM

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Cotswold Outdoor

There is a discretionary 15% discount available at Cotswold Outdoor for Ramblers members. They have a store in Kingston Upon Thames, Covent Garden, Piccadilly and others around London.

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The Walking Partnership

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Thursday, August 24, 2017