Tag Archives: 2016

November RG – Beverston, Chavenage

Thursday 24th November
Ramblers Group

Beverston – Chavenage
led by Mike & Isabel (view poster here)

Meet outside Nailsworth Library at 9.30am, lifts available.

A short drive to The Tipputs Inn from where Mike and Isabel will take us for a 5 mile walk to Beverston Castle and return via Chavenage.
We will walk part of the MacMillan Way as well as crossing farmland and open fields.
The route is mainly on the level, with 5 or 6 stiles.

Lunch at The Tipputs Inn.

We will choose from their menu on the morning of the walk but please advise Mike (832739) or Isabel (833290) if you are coming as final numbers needed by Monday 24th November please. No boots to be worn inside pub.

£1 per walker, sorry no dogs.

More information and photos can be found on our facebook page.  https://www.facebook.com/NailsworthSocietyRamblers/


This 7.2 mile ramble was led by Mike and Isobel, and the route took us from the Tipputs Inn, across fields to Beverston where we saw the castle and church. We returned via Chavenage, and we were lucky to have a dry if breezy morning which was perfect for our walk.
The next ramble will be in February next year.

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October RG – Wotton-under-Edge, Wortley

Thursday 27th October
Ramblers Group

Wotton-under-Edge – Wortley
led by Allison Hope (view poster here)

Meet outside Nailsworth Library at 9.30am, lifts available.

A 4½ mile walk starting at The Royal Oak in Haw Street. We will join the Cotswold Way, and after 3+ miles reach  Wortley from where we will walk across fields back to Wotton. There is one steep climb near the start, but we will be rewarded with lovely views from the top. From then the walk is  mainly level or downhill. 3 easy stiles

Lunch at The Royal Oak, Wotton-U-Edge.
Please choose from their lunch/OAP menu  (free tea/coffee for OAPs)
Please contact Allison with your order by Monday 24th October either by email allisonhope6@gmail.com  or ‘phone 01453 451867.

£1 per walker, sorry no dogs.

More information and photos can be found on our facebook page.  https://www.facebook.com/NailsworthSocietyRamblers/


On a dry, mild but misty morning, 16 members drove to Wotton-under-Edge for a 5 mile ramble.  We walked down through the town and out in the direction of Coombe where we joined the Cotswold Way.  One very steep climb led us up to the hilltops above the hamlet of Wortley, and then downhill through wooded paths and open fields before returning to the town and our lunch at The Royal Oak.

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November TG – Night Must Fall

Theatregoers Group

Thursday 10th November 2016

Night Must Fall
Cheltenham Everyman, 2.00pm
(Depart from Nailsworth at 12.30pm)

£35 – Book and pay by 6th October 2016

It’s frightening to think what a face can hide…

When charming, smooth-talking Dan arrives unexpectedly at old Mrs Bramson’s remote woodland home he soon ingratiates his way into her life and that of her beautiful niece Olivia. But when a local woman goes missing and rumours in the press of a murder surface among the household, fingers begin to point. Has the past finally caught up with Dan and could he really be capable of murder? As the police close in, and with the press baying for blood, is anyone safe?

This psychological thriller from master playwright Emlyn Williams has all the tension, atmosphere and suspicion of the best British mysteries and will leave you on the edge of your seat.

A star cast includes Gwen Taylor (Barbara, Coronation Street and Heartbeat), Daragh O’Malley (Sharpe), Niamh McGrady (Holby City & The Fall) and Will Featherstone (Romeo and Juliet for Shakespeare’s Globe, The History Boys for Sheffield Crucible and Channel 4’s Fresh Meat)

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September RG – Cambridge, Frampton

Thursday 22nd September
Ramblers Group

Cambridge (A38) – Frampton
led by Angela & Allison (view poster here)

Meet outside Nailsworth Library at 9.30am, lifts available.

Angela and Allison will take you on a flat, 5 mile walk starting from the car park at The George Inn at Cambridge. The route takes us through fields and woodland as far as Frampton-on-Severn, and back along the canal towpath to the Cambridge Arms swing bridge from where we return  to our starting point. 6 or 7 stiles, and maybe one rather overgrown section.

Lunch at The George Inn, Cambridge
If possible choose from their on-line menu (here) and phone Angela on 832911 by Wednesday 21st with your order.

£1 per walker, sorry no dogs.

More information and photos can be found on our facebook page.  https://www.facebook.com/NailsworthSocietyRamblers/


Our September ramble was a 5 mile walk starting at The George Inn at Cambridge, through fields and woodland as far as Frampton, then returning alongside the Gloucester-Sharpness canal before crossing the bridge and returning through more fields until we reached the pub where we enjoyed a good meal.

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August RG – Sapperton

Thursday 25th August
Ramblers Group

Sapperton
led by Mary Saunders (view poster here)

Meet outside Nailsworth Library at 9.30am for a drive to Sapperton.

This is a 5½+ mile ramble, starting and finishing at The Daneway Inn. We will cover typical Cotswold topography through sloping woodland and fields to Edgeworth and back through Pinbury Park.
Lunch after at The Daneway Inn. We can choose from the menu before we set off for our walk. As they have just taken over the pub there is no web information available but landlord will meet us at 9.45am with menus.

Further details if required from Mary 01453 832749

£1 per walker, sorry no dogs.

More information and photos can be found on our facebook page.  https://www.facebook.com/NailsworthSocietyRamblers/


12 members drove to The Daneway Inn for a 7 mile ramble, led by Mary Saunders.  The route took in the village of Edgeworth with it’s church and Manor House.  Mary told us about the ‘Unwrapping of an Egyptian Mummy’ at Edgeworth Manor House in 1851.  An interesting tale!  We walked through woodland and meadows with some steep sections before walking up the valley opposite Pinbury Park House. The route eventually brought us back to Sapperton and then along the old canal side back to The Daneway.

More photos on facebook.

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