Thursday 25th March 2021
In another effort to Stay Local, I drove a few miles to the village of Congresbury, with the idea of following a few footpaths around and alongside the River Yeo that I’d not walked before. Even when I used to live much closer.
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Saturday 30th September 2017
I remember this weekend; a sense of urgency to walk, met with indecision on where to go and a reluctance to travel far from home!
There must’ve been a shortage of walks on the group’s program as well. Because I did end up staying close to home and my walk began following a short drive down the A38 and in to Shipham.
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Sunday 10th September 2017
2017 marks the eighteen-year anniversary of Brunel Walking Group.
Back in September, our current chairman (David) decided to host a repeat of the group’s first ever walk; a loop beginning in Cheddar that also follows a portion of the West Mendip Way.
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