Monday, 23 May 2016

Frensham Ponds

Walk Diary Sunday 15th May

12 members including a first time walker with SWSW and four legged friend Sky enjoyed a 5 1/2 mile walk from Frensham Little pond. It's been a while since the group walked in this pleasant area, the terrain was mixed mostly easy going heathland and woodland.
The pond is especially lovely at this time of year with a good variety of bird life gearing up for spring. Excellent panoramic views were admired following a short steep climb up the Devil's Jumps - I hope everyone has forgiven me!

As the weather was good The National Trust café on the edge of the pond made a nice lunch stop.


Tuesday, 10 May 2016

Lovelace Bridges

Sunday 1st May

13 of us enjoyed a good walk through Sheepleas on a sunny 1st May. The scenery was lovely, with large areas of Bluebells to be admired by all, and of course the famous Lovelace Bridges. Some of us lunched at Gomshall Mill, and others at the cafe in Gomshall. Our thanks to Margo and John for leading this picturesque and interesting walk, and to Shirley for the photos.

Janet and Lynne

One Of The Surviving Bridges

Bluebells in Profusion

A Sunny Coffee-Break