BST Walking Group / GMT Lawrence Schild

Lawrence Schild 
During the winter months, we are hanging up our walking boots and to help pass the long, dark winter evenings we thought we would run a little competition.

VICIOUS SNAP  is this Friday, 16th February at 8pm . The evening will be held at a private venue near Haggerston Park. For details please phone Nichola on 07775 734014 or Debby on 07764 679032.

There will be three rounds (although we may add more):
• The first event is darts to test your accuracy;
• The second event is vicious snap to test speed and ruthlessness;
• The third event is going to be Scrabble which is a tiny bit intellectual.
The winner of each event will get six points, second placed five and so on to sixth place. The winner will be the person with the highest score over the three events. If you can only come to one event please do still come along anyway – it isn’t all about winning, it’s also about getting together and having some fun.
We kicked off with the darts night in the Scolt Head. It was a tightly fought contest, but Sara won and Kathleen was the best individual player.

VICIOUS SNAP  is this Friday, 16th February at 8pm . The evening will be held at a private venue near Haggerston Park. For details please phone Nichola on 07775 734014 or Debby on 07764 679032.

The walking group met for their first time in May 2017 and we had six walks over the summer. We developed a bit of a watery theme, having enjoyed walking alongside the River Lea, The Regents Canal , walking to Limehouse Basin and taking a Thames Clipper boat ride from Canary Wharf to London Bridge.

This photograph was taken at our first walk through Clissold Park, Abney Park Cemetery and Springfield Park.

Clissold Park

 

Our final walk of the year was on Saturday September 30th. We travelled by train to Eastbourne and were met by Maureen from Eastbourne Meads WI who was so generous with her time and knowledge and who accompanied us throughout the day.  Following a lovely pub lunch at The Tiger Inn in East Dean, we walked to Birling Gap and then onto Beachy Head. The views were breathtaking and we were fortunate to have a lovely sunny afternoon.  Huge thanks to Maureen for coming along and helping us to organise this final walk of the summer.

at Beachy Head

 

 

 

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