Some members have independently begun to make contact and arrange walks in small groups. There is extensive guidance for this on the Ramblers Website. Below is a selection of pictures/comments etc...that members have forwarded since march 2020
Hope you are all well and enjoying the great outdoors now that restrictions have lifted a little.
I thought you might like to see the attached photo of the sheep on Walton Hill who were following the guidelines of socially distancing!!!
Stay safe and hope to see you …..whenever
Sheep at Mamble
Not quite got the hang of this yet, no masks and no 2m markings.
Recci to the Roaches, a lovely walk for a future coach trip?
A lovely small group (6) recci to Mamble.
Sab leading the group on a very successful ramble.
Just missing the cowboy hat Dave, Oh! and the group you were leading.
Keeping up the fine ramblers tradition even under these adverse circumstances.
Elgar was composing for around 60 years, John's find had been decomposing for a much shorter period.
The sun always shines on the righteous?
An unusual and slightly ominous sign discovered by Alan near to Belbroughton.
Autumn colours in October
Orchards in October
Halesowen Ramblers are very fortunate to have such beautiful and easily accessible countryside within walking distance.
A wealth of wildlife on your doorstep
Herons, rabbits, longhorn cattle, fox's, busards, to name a few.
Halesowen Abbey, Penny Fields, Dowery Dell
Bumble Hole, Hawne Basin, Netherton Tunnel
Spring hoar frost
Add a footnote if this applies to your business
As a large number of our members are aged over 70 and considered to be more vulnerable, we do not
propose to offer any larger group organised walks at present.
The situation will be constantly monitored and re-assessed in the New Year.
For up-to-date information regarding group walks and any other issues related to Rambling please contact www.ramblers.org.uk
Files coming soon.