Have you come across chicken wire on board-walks? It has been used to reduce the chance of people slipping. However, it soon breaks and sharp pieces stick up causing injury to children, dogs paws, and puncturing scooter tyres. New member, David, had this problem in West Sussex. He notified his council which promised to fix […]
Disabled Ramblers member Dr Linda Malpas took part in a video shoot to help show the benefits of rambling while at Minsmere RSPB. The full video is on YouTube:
The day dawned misty and cold but the forecast said it would improve and it did. Fourteen members (and two dogs) enjoyed the lovely views from Bredon Hill across the Severn Valley, Vale of Evesham and the Cotswolds in the autumn sunshine. Thanks Andy. See Photos for more
Four gentle rambles in the Peak District in autumnal sunshine. A lovely week. See Photos
Eileen has just run a second ramble this year from Snowshill Manor NT. See the photos here
Member David Wynn officially opening the New Easy Assess Path at Fladbury. See Photos for more
A 1950’s themed wedding – but how to get her to the church on time? Gordon and his splendid Zodiac to the rescue – in exchange for a donation to DR. Many thanks to Gordon & Dee for their very kind donation.
Sue & Ted’s annual wedding anniversary barbecue was last weekend and the weather held fine. We finally packed up at 2.00 in the morning Don’t be fooled by the lone sausage – the food was brilliant…. lamb and cherries and blueberries and ….. They held a collection for DR and raised £230 Many thanks to […]
Two very different rambles in Worcestershire. See Photos for more.
A wonderful ramble to celebrate the life of a wonderful man. See Photos for more.
Lucy and I took part in the famous Prudential Ride London 2015 event last Saturday. Being the only disabled riders who took part, we flew the flag for Disabled Ramblers.! Gavin
On our Sussex reccy of Cissbury Ring we were delighted to find you could access the outer edge of the Ring through a radar gate, only to find the path leading up to the Ring itself was so badly eroded that we could not safely take a group of DR’s up the path. Strangely, it […]
Eileen T had a lovely time rambling with Greg, Steve & Mary around the Penrose Estate. See Photos for more.
For the full report on this 13.5 mile ramble, Please see Photos.
A new ramble in West Sussex. See Photos for the full story
A lovely day out in the Cotswold Hills. See Photos for more or watch the video:
Our rambles in East Anglia concluded with temperatures touching 30 degrees C in the shade – and a lot hotter where there was no shade. Many thanks to Eileen S & Val and Tony & Dorothy for organising and leading the rambles. See Photos for more.
The Suffolk and Norfolk Tour is underway. See more at Photos
Last week Vic and Ian ran two lovely rambles – Guisborough Forest to Highcliff Nab and Roseberry Topping – in the northern edge of the North York Moors. (Above) This week, we have celebrated the opening of a new ‘Easy Access’ ramble in Worcestershire. (Below) See Photos for more.
Our intrepid mountaineer, Terry, reached the summit of the Zugspitz, Germany’s highest mountain, with the aid of his old friend and fellow mountain guide Michael Wärthl & filmed by Marc Bogner :