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Lutterworth Ramblers






At present, numbers on each walk are limited to 14. It is a requirement that people wishing to participate pre-book for the desired walk or walks. Because the numbers are limited, if you book and subsequently find that you will not be able to participate, then please inform the walk leader as soon as possible, potentially freeing space for other would-be participants.



Sunday 26th September, Leire. Starting Point Leire Church LE17 5HF. A gentle walk from Leire encompassing Dunton Bassett and Dunton Mill .


Sunday 3rd October, Gumley. Park considerately in the village and meet at the gate in front of St Helens church in Gumley.

A very pleasant and scenic circular walk with lots of canal walking.


Sunday 10th October, Adlestrop (GL56 0YR), near Moreton in Marsh. Start at  the Village Hall in Adlestrop (GL56 0YR). Parking contribution appreciated. A delightful walk exploring the Evenlode Valley, featuring five villages, some superb churches, a Jacobian Manor House (NT), an Iron Age Fort and some poetry.. The scenery is as you would expect in the Cotwolds, superb.

Sunday 17th October, AGM, Peatling Parva Village Hall. At 10:30, a short walk followed by Soup and Pud at 12:30 and the AGM at 13:30. People contributing food please deliver soon after 10:00. Those wishing to walk should arrive no later than 10:15; the walk will start at 10:30 and should finish about 12:00. At 12.30 – Soup & pud to serve yourself with rolls & butter, tea or coffee to follow. The AGM will start at 13:30

Sunday 24th October, South Kilworth. Meet opposite the pub in South Kilworth. Walk down Welford Road to the canal. Turn right and follow the canal to Hemplow Woods. Continue through the woods and over the hill. Walk along the drive and road to Welford. Then back to South Kilworth over the fields. It's an easy walk along the canal with a little hill at Hemplow.


Sunday 31st October, Stoke Dry Wood, nr Uppingham, Rutland. Meet in the main Uppingham car park, signposted as you enter the town, opposite Choi's Chinese restaurant, LE15 9QJ, at 10am.  Parking free on Sunday. A short walk takes you into the town's square for toilets.

A very pleasant walk, with a few mild hills, many stiles, but stunning scenery, especially looking over Eyebrook reservoir. Two stops, coffee and light lunch if weather permits.








John Divine, also available on 01455 285 148 and john.divine@uclmail.net



Sunday tba,

Napton-on-the-Hill and Lower Shuckburgh. Recommended route from  Lutterworth: drive through Rugby and on straight through Dunchurch on the A426 towards Southam.. Continue on this road (ignore the first sign left to Napton), along the long straight and over the (canal) hump-back bridge. At the next cross-road turn left to Stockton and Napton. Continue through Stockton and on to the junction with the A425 (Southam - Daventry road). Do not cross this road to enter Napton. Instead, turn right (west toward Southam). Continue through the 30 mile/h speed limit. Immediately after leaving the speed limit, and before crossing the canal bridge, turn left into entrance (signposted “Industrial Estate”, which does not exist) and park.

The walk begins by climbing a small hill into Napton. After walking through Napton we climb a hill on to a ridge. After walking along the ridge, we descend a hill, affording views over adjoining countryside, down into Lower Shuckburgh. From there we cross fields to reach the canal, which we follow back to the bridge on the A425 and thence to our parked cars.




Sunday tba,  Watermead Park. The walk will be approx. 6 miles on good footpaths / tracks. No stiles involved. Parking is at the car park adjacent to the A46, between the villages of Syston and Wanlip. The country park’s main entrance can be accessed from Wanlip Road, Syston, near to the Hope and Anchor pub (LE7 1PD). Parking is £2.50.


Sunday  tba, Hoby, Nr. Melton Mowbray. The walk starts from Hoby at around 10.30 and goes through Frisby (ice cream available) and then Gaddesby before returning to Hoby via Brooksby. This is a pretty walk through the rolling countryside around Melton Mowbray.  We wander through Viking villages (as indicated by the ‘by’ at the end of their names). We meander over open farmland along beautifully kept footpaths and through a series of different crops. There are fewstiles but many kissing gates. We expect the walk to take around 4 hours and we shall stop for coffee and lunch.


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