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LEEK RAMBLERS GROUP  in the Staffordshire Moorlands meets each Sunday for walks led by a Group Member.  They are usually leisurely/moderate walks of 6-8 miles.  The first Sunday of each month is a longer, more challenging walk of 9-12 miles with a shorter one of c.5 miles.  During the summer months we have a programme of short evening walks. 

We welcome members old and new so why not come along and join us one Sunday and explore the wonderful countryside of the Staffordshire Moorlands, Peak District, Derbyshire and Cheshire borders.  New walkers are invited to sample 3 walks and then we would ask that you become a member of the Ramblers.  By looking at the Ramblers website you can see the  many benefits of becoming a member and also join in a variety of social activities.   If you would like any further information about our Group or details of how to join please contact our Membership Secretary or you can join on line by visiting the main Ramblers website. 




Evening pub walk Wednesday 16th May
Starting from the Castle Inn, Congleton CW12 3LP
Meet at vicarage road car park, Leek at 6.30pm or 6.50 at the Castle Inn. The walk goes up Congleton Edge and comes back along the Biddulph Valley Way  and is 2.75 miles, takes just over an hour. 
You can go for a drink or food in the pub afterwards. It’s best to book if you want to eat. Here’s a link to the pub’s website 



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Did you know that if you book a holiday with Ramblers Holidays  through the Walking Partnership they will make a  financial contibution to the Leek Group of the Ramblers - any money received will be used towards maintaining footpaths in the Staffordshire Moorlands area.

























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Tuesday, June 19, 2018