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Programme for Winter 2019-20
This programme is currently suspended on account of the coronavirus COVID-19 epidemic
The AGM [Tues 31 March is  cancelled]

mMeet at Sherry Mill Hill car park, unless otherwise stated,
next to Jubilee Park and opposite Waterside Close, SY13 1DF


Area of walk


Sat 28th Sep



Car share Wybunbury, then across fields to Hatherton. Then back to the start using the South Cheshire Way via the moss. Approx. 6.5 miles.



Sun 13th Oct


Norbury Junction Circular Walk

This 7-mile walk will take us along the former railway line, through fields, some roads and along a canal tow path.  It is an easy, dog friendly walk, with the option to purchase food and drinks at the Wharf café, Norbury Junction Marina at lunch time.



Sat 2nd Nov


ocal Walk

         Walk1 from our book, full details on home page.
[rescheduled from 26 Oct]

Andrew Hart


Sun 10th Nov


alk of Remembrance

Walking from Sherry Mill Hill we will make our way to the memorial in Ash to join their 11am service.



Baz Fewster


Sat 30th Nov


Locks and Woodseaves Cutting

A 5-mile walk along the canal towpath through the SSSI Woodseaves Cutting to The Wharf Tavern at Goldstone. Some notes about this interesting area will be available on the day. This walk is suitable for dogs.






Sun 8th Dec



An 8+ mile circular walk, using green roads, lanes, fields and footpaths.
There will be stiles, nettles and brambles so be prepared!


Kevin Ikin

Sat 14th Dec


istmas Walk and Meal

Walk details to be confirmed. Walk followed by members’ meal at The Castle, Bletchley (booking details to follow).


Gerald Moss


st Jan


New Year’s Revolution

A brisk 5-mile bimble to blow away the cobwebs of Christmas. Taking in local footpaths, this walk finishes at The Old Town Hall Vaults for some warming winter food.



Baz Fewster


Sun 12th Jan


Hills and Valleys, Streams and a Mere

From Welshampton, northwards through Northwood, through Spout Wood to The Mere at Ellesmere, then back over the hill to Welshampton, where we will have refreshments at the Sun Inn.






Sat 25th Jan


Ash to Ightfield Circular Walk

A walk of around 5˝- 6 miles, full details to follow



Jan Collins


Sun 9th Feb


Market Drayton

A walk in the Market Drayton area of around 7-8 miles, full details to follow



Andrew Hart



Sat 29th Feb


Shifnal Area

mile gently undulating walk on field paths, some over cultivated land, quiet lanes and woodland with a stop at Masons Arms at Kemberton en route. Most stiles are dog friendly, although a couple at the start would only accommodate small dogs.






Sun 8th Mar


A walk of miles taking in Peckforton and Pennsylvania Wood.



Jean White



Sat 28th Mar


Nantwich Circular

Heading out from Acton through the Dorfold estate, then across the canal towards Nantwich lake. Passing the US airman’s grave, through Nantwich, returning along Welsh Row and fields to the canal and back to Acton. Approximately 6˝miles. Please note, this walk is not suitable for dogs.




Helen Lea


Tues 31st Mar


Annual general Meeting at the Archibald Worthington club
Meeting followed by buffet and talk by Liz Evans about her time aboard The Sea Shepherd. Doors open at 7.00pm for 7.30pm.




Sun 12thApr


Ash Magna

The walk will be around 11 miles, heading north towards Broughall and around Combermere.



Andy Fitton


Sat 25th Apr


Brown Moss

A variation of one of the walks from our book, 5˝ miles, full details to follow



Jan Collins

To get a printable copy of the programme click here

Details of our mid-week walks will be sent to members and published
on our website and Facebook page, as they are arranged.



  1.        The meeting point for all walks is Sherry Mill Hill car park, unless otherwise stated.

 2.        Saturday walks will be 5 or 6 miles, Sunday walks between 8 and 10 miles. 
            However, both may be subject to change depending upon weather, walking
            conditions and unforeseen circumstances.


 3.        Leaders will be pleased to give details of any walks.


 4.        All members are expected to observe the Country Code.


 5.        Dogs are permitted on walks but MUST be restrained on a lead at the leader’s request and ALWAYS when in fields containing livestock.


 6.        In all matters relating to any walk, the leader’s decision is final.


 7.        Junior members are welcome, but aged fourteen and under must be accompanied by an adult.


 8.        Members are reminded that they are on walks entirely at their own risk.


 9.        On Sunday walks, bring packed lunch and – unless a pub stop is indicated – a drink.


 10.      Please wear suitable footwear – fields are often very muddy.


 11.      Please bring your car if available for all “away from home” walks. 


 12.      The cost of transport for “away from home” walks should be shared by members at a rate of 15 per mile per car.  Drivers are encouraged to accept this amount or donate to club funds.


 13.      Members are requested not to walk in front of the leader.


 14.      People with a known medical condition should be aware that group leaders may have a basic First Aid knowledge but cannot take responsibility for existing medical conditions.



For further details, please go to www.whitchurchwalkers.co.uk or our Facebook page or email us


Any further queries please contact Malcolm 01948-663069 or Baz 07977-463049.