Walks organised by Paul Woods

Please send Paul your email address if you would like to be informed of future walks. Paul sends an email to walkers, from various groups and none, giving details of the next planned walk. Paul’s email address is paultonywoods@gmail.com

The photo opposite was taken on 2/5/23.

Our latest walk took place on Tuesday, 2nd May
Paul: “Lovely weather today for a fascinating & scenic walk around this historic airfield. We had 15 walkers (plus “Sidney” the beautiful & very well behaved doggie (Retriever Poodle? / Golden Doodle?), and 23 persons for lunch”.

The route took them to, and around, the former WW2 and Cold War RAF airfield at Tarrant Rushton.  The walk of 5.3 miles, comprised a country lane, a farm road, the former taxiways and a stopover at the RAF & SOE memorial.  Lunch was at the True Lover’s Knot.

updated 2/5/23 – – – o O o – – –

The previous walk took place on the last day of January in the areas of Keyhaven, the Solent, Pennington and Oxey Marshes.

updated 31/1/23 – – – o O o – – –

The final walk of 2022 was on 13th December based again on the Holmsley Walk Car Park, Forest Road, Burley, in the post code area of BH23 8EB.
Lunch, following the walk, was at the Carpenter’s Arms, Bransgore for a Pre-Christmas meal.
Several ‘non-walkers’ from the Calledonian Society were able to join them for lunch.

updated 17/12/22

A similar walk to the one on 13th Dec, planned for 15th November, had to be postponed due to heavy rain and strong winds. However they were still able to meet for lunch at the Carpenter’s Arms. Here are some photos!

updated 30/11/22

Previous walk was to Tyneham village in August: Dorset’s “lost village” where time stopped in 1943

updated 20/8/22

Our walk on 26th July was in the New Forest and based on the scenic Holmsley Inclosure.  It was 4.6 miles, hence shorter than some previous walks. Lunch was at the White Buck in Burley. One of Paul’s favourite New Forest pubs! As usual, everyone was welcome to join them – whether for the walk or the lunch, or both. 

updated 14/8/22

Adder Photograph taken by Marc

updated 20/8/22