Gallery

Here are a selection of photo's taken on walks and on our social events.

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If you have any photos taken on your walks you would like to share, then please send them to chelmsfordramblingclub@outlook.com with details of where and when taken.

2018

Writtle Sunset 11th July (photo Margaret Campbell)

All Day Circular walk from Pebmarsh via 8 Bells at Bures (photo Geoff Richards)

Standard Pace Walk from Wickham Bishops 21st March (photos Steve Freight)

 

2017

Christmas Walk 20th December (photo Steve Freight)

Tollesbury 5th August (photos Margaret Campbell)

2016

Christmas Standard Pace Walk Sandford Mill Lock December 2016. (photo Steve Freight)

 

Weald Park - August (Photo Dave Peplow)

Littley Green Walk - Lake - January (Photo Cherry Bailey)

Capel Manor / Afternoon Tea 22nd September (photos Steve Freight)

Afternoon Tea was served on a narrow boat, sailing from Broxbourne.

2015

Kew Gardens Trip (Photos Elaine Law)

 

 

2014

30th April: 80th Birthday Celebrations Hylands Park (Photos Steve Freight)

The day was nice and dry and 3 walks were arranged from Hylands Park, where afterwards we had a picnic lunch, with a jazz band for entertainment.

Photos unknown

Article from the Essex Chronicle

2004

April 21st 2004: 70th Birthday Celebrations (Photos Keith Skinner)

On a windy day, the club arranged two walks from Hylands Park and one from Radley Green meeting up at The Cuckoo pub for lunch.

(photos unknown)

 

1994

April 27th 1994: 60th Birthday Party

27th April 1994 marked the 60th Birthday walk of the club from The Thatcher's Arms. The walk was promoted on BBC Essex during Steve Scruton's Around Essex show on the 28th April 1994 and featured a taped interview with Vic Hegarty.

 

The cake above was made by Gladys Harris, June Rasdall and Phyllis Darton. It depicts, Dick Goodman opening the pub door ( he was always said to be first in), followed by Pam Turrell in her oilskins and Madeleine Hook in her straw boater. Peter Thomas is jumping over the fence to get away from horses and Stan Rasdall is chasing off the geese with his walking stick.

Above Left: Article from the Essex Chronicle   Right: Inside of a card presented to Vic Hegarty (then 96) with club members having signed it for him.

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