Mole Valley Ramblers

friendly walking in the heart of Surrey

Ash Dieback - guided walk

On Saturday 19 January at 10am Surrey Wildlife Trust is hosting a short walk and talk at Norbury Park to discuss their Ash dieback forestry works.

This is an opportunity to find out more, see how the forestry works are going and ask questions. To help SWT manage walk numbers please book your place on the walk by contacting This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or calling 01483 910087. SWT will then provide further walk details, including the start location.

You can find out more about Ash dieback at surreywildlifetrust.org/ashdieback

 

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Walking For Health

The Walk for Health scheme is a programme of fun, free and accessible volunteer-led walks, bringing people together to socialise and motivate one another.  For more information on this scheme in the Mole Valley area, please read this article.

MVR Diary

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Sat 26 Jan Winter Lunch at The Blue Ball
Sat 9 Feb Surrey Area AGM
Sat 13 Apr Walk Leaders Course
Wed 24 Apr  Spring Walks Festival begins
Wed 19 Jun Midsummer Coach Outing
   

News

Ash Dieback - guided walk

On Saturday 19 January at 10am Surrey Wildlife Trust is hosting a short walk and talk at Norbury Park to discuss their Ash dieback forestry works.

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Walk Leader Courses

Three walk leader training courses have been announced for this year. The dates are Saturday 13 April, Wednesday 28 August (both at Wotton) and Saturday 12 October (at Farnham).

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Update from Ramblers CEO

Vanessa Griffiths, the Ramblers CEO, sends a monthly newsletter to all volunteers for onward transmission to group members. The latest edition (dated 17 Dec) can be viewed here.

SCC Car Parking Charges

Now apply at most of the SCC countryside car parks. Charges at Rodborough Common and Whitmoor Common will be introduced soon. More information on these charges and how to pay them can be found here - scroll down for details

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Tuesday, January 22, 2019