Welcome to Kingswood Ramblers
We are part of the Ramblers, the charity that helps everyone, everywhere, enjoy walking and protects the places we all love to walk. Kingswood Group is one of the groups in the Avon Area of the Ramblers.
We are an active and friendly group with an all year round programme of walks both in our local area and further afield. Sunday walks range between 6 and 10 miles. We have shorter Wednesday evening walks from April to September. See our Walks page for full details, where you will also find advice on what to wear and carry on a walk.
If you think you'd enjoy walking with us please feel free to come out with us a couple of times to try us out before deciding to join the Ramblers Association.
Latest News January 2019
Avon Area AGM Saturday 16th February 2019
This will be held at Redland Green Bowling Club, Redland Green Road, Bristol BS6 7HE. There is a small car park, free on-street parking on Saturdays.
There will be a moderate 5 mile circular walk at 10am before the AGM.
Following a buffet lunch at 12.30 the AGM will start at approximately 1.30 finishing at 3.15.
The speakers will be Jack Cornish, Programme Manage Don't Lose Your Way: Jack will talk about how to identify historic rights of way and how to ensure they are saved, if they are not yet on the definitive map for your area.
Peter Carr, Ramblers Trustee will update us on other Ramblers projects.
The monthly clearance of local footpaths is continuing with about a dozen volunteers available for this work.
Recently we have increased our involvement with South Gloucestershire Council and now regularly assist their Footpath Officer in replacing broken stiles with kissing gates.
We have a team of 5 who help with this work. We supply the tools and gloves so if you would like to know more please contact John Davis on 07745 118226.
We look forward to you joining the team.
Kingswood Ramblers Poster
In Case of Emergency ICE cards
These are waterproof cards that can be filled in with personal emergency contact details and medical information. Walk leaders will have these and we encourage you to complete one and keep it in an accessible place - such as the top pocket of your rucksack - so that the walk leader or emergency services can then use the ICE card to quickly access the information. Whenever you are out it is useful to have this information handy.
For the latest copy of Avon Area News see http://www.avon-ramblers.org.uk/