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Welcome to the Ramblers Lincolnshire Area.

Welcome to the Ramblers Lincolnshire Area web site . Our area is comprised of 11 local groups. See our walks programmes by selecting below. In addition, we have a 20's to 30's Group specifically for younger folk of the Area. For details visit http://www.lincswalkinggroup.org.uk
See our led walks programmes of 630 walks in the year, covering the whole county and beyond..
Any Questions?  Go to 'Contact Us ' menu, then 'Area Contacts', then 'Colin Smith -  Webmaster'.
Last Updated on Thursday, 08 December 2011 20:23
 

LINCOLNSHIRE COUNTY

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october day 2012 3The historic county of Lincolnshire lies on the east coast of Britain between the Humber Estuary and The Wash

The most scenic part of the county is the 'The Lincolnshire Wolds', designated as one of Britain's "Area's of Outstanding Natural Beauty." (AONB). However, the other areas of the county have plenty of interesting scenery and walks to offer.

Long Distance Paths. The county has several long distance footpaths including, the Viking Way, Macmillan Way, Lindsey Loop, Plogsland Round, Gingerbread Way, Nev Cole Way, Wanderlust Way and Towers Way. More recent ones are Danelaw Way (2005) from Lincoln to Stamford and 'Spires and Steeples' from Lincoln to Sleaford. The Silver Lincs Way between Grimsby and Louth was launched in 2005 by Grimsby/Louth Ramblers Group to celebrate their 25th year.

Photo (Supplied by Stuart Parker) -  Lincoln Group Ramblers on Lincolnshire Day Walk, !st October 2012

 

Last Updated on Sunday, 12 January 2014 11:29
 

Celebrating Lincolnshire Day 2014

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 CELEBRATE Wednesday 1st October 2014 -

  “ TAKE A WALK ON LINCOLNSHIRE DAY ! ” 

Lincolnshire Ramblers are inviting you to walk with them on Wednesday 1st October to celebrate Lincolnshire Day.

Area Secretary, Stuart Parker, said - 

“ What better way is there to celebrate Lincolnshire Day than with a walk in our delightful contrasting countryside ranging from the Wolds to the Marshes. ”

Four walks are taking place:


9.00am -        depart Lincoln bus station on the Stagecoach InterConnect No.6 bus to HAGWORTHINGHAM for an 8½ mile linear walk to HORNCASTLE.

10am -           meet at BAG ENDERBY Church for a 10 mile walk.

10am -          meet at KIRTON SKELDYKE for a 4 mile walk and pub lunch.

10.15am -     meet at GOULCEBY  Three Horseshoes Inn for a 5 mile walk and pub lunch.

Last Updated on Saturday, 13 September 2014 10:26
 

MORE WALKS FROM YOUR MEMBERSHIP

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prog page 2014When you join Lincolnshire Ramblers you are effectively ·joining 12 walking groups in the county. You have their printed programmes ·and can walk with any of them. Our printed programme booklet is produced every year and contains well over 600 walks.

Our 12 groups, from the Humber to the Wash,  organise a variety of events throughout the year ranging from short ambles, day walks, midweek walks through to summer evening strolls.As a member of Lincolnshire Ramblers you can go on any of these walks. You are not limited to just one Group. Indeed, since Ramblers is a national organisation you have the right to walk with any Group in the country.

Last Updated on Sunday, 12 January 2014 11:08 Read more...
 

GEOFF MULLETT'S LINCOLNSHIRE WALKS

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Starting in 2008 Geoff Mullett of Grimsby-Louth Ramblers Group devised, walked  and wrote up  11 new walks around Lincolnshire. located in  the territories of the 11 Ramblers Groups in Lincolnshire.

Geoff is a native of Surrey but spent much of his working life in the Bristol area where he Joined the Ramblers' Association in 1987. He moved to Louth with his wife in 2006/.

Since 2008 Geoff has produced two of his Linconshire walks per year, As they appeared the write ups were published in our Area news mag, The Lincolnshire Rambker but each walk can be down loaded by clicking on the links on this page. Here are the walks in chronological order -

 

  • .1.Saltfleetby, a 5 mile circular on the east coast. Click for details
  • 2.  Alkborough Flats, North Lincs, a 9.5 mile circular. Click for details   Territory - Scunthope Group
  • 3.  Stamford Hills and Holes,   An 8.5 mile circular Details Territory -  Stamford Group
  • 4.  Alford to Well and Rigsby. An 8 miles circular. Click for Details   Territory -  Skegness Group
  • 5. Nocton and Dunston, a 7 mile circuit Click for Details. Territory - Lincoln Group
  • 6. Fishtoft and North Sea Camp - a 9 mile walk near Boston. Details  Note It is now reported that the footpath in bad condition after Point E is now restored to its former glory (29th October 2011)! 
  • 7. Gedney Drove End - an 8 mile circular walk along the Wash coast - Details Territory Spalding Group
  • 8. Tetford - a 10.5 mile walk in the Wolds. Click here for Details. Territory - Horncastle Group.
  • 9.Grantham Canal Walk. 9 mile walk mostly along Grantham Canal.Views of Belvoir Castle. Details
  • 10. Walking Gainsborough and the Trent, Details. Territory - Gainsborough Group/
  • 11. Hough on the Hill - A walk in Sleaford group territory. Details Territory - Sleaford Group.

For more information about Geoff

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Case Study - Flooded Footpath

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Flooding problem on Lincoln Footpath 36 - Success at last!

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There is a public footpath within the boundary of the city of LIncoln boundary, close to Hartsholme Park which has been flooded and impassible  for several years  and was once popularly with local leisure walkers,

Now, after 6 years or more of complaints to the Highways Department and no remedial work Ramblers threatened legal  action. The result was that work started almost immediately to put the problem right and within months the "lake" disappeared and the water was diverted under the path instead of over it. The pictures above show the flooded path before restoration and after the work was completed in November 2013.

Last Updated on Thursday, 06 March 2014 14:27 Read more...
 
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How to find a led walk

1.You can find details of forthcoming led walks by Lincs RA Groups by going to menu item Group Walks and selecting a Group. This gives briet details of location and leader contact. Click on thr indicated link to get mapped details of the start point. You can print this programme.

2.You can link to the RA National Walks Finder and find walks near to a chosen centrepoint by a named Group or 'any Group'

3.Paid up members of an Lincolnshire Area RA Group receive a booklet showing the led walks programmes for the year for 11 of the county Groups. Details of additional walks or walk changes are supplied through Group newsletters , on the web or sometimes via e mail messages. Details given on this web site are abbreviated versions of thse given in the booklet.

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