Welcome to the website of the St Francis of Assisi Catholic Ramblers Club. The club has a walk every weekend, mainly on Sunday but occasionally on Saturday or Monday Bank Holidays.  All walks begin from a railway station and take place whatever the weather. So you need to always carry some rain gear with you and make sure to wear strong walking boots which provide a grip in muddy conditions. 


When going on a walk there is no need to book, just turn up at the station notified on the programme and make sure to allow time to queue at the ticket office - this appplies especially in summer time and most especially at Victoria and Waterloo where there can be long queues of people heading to the south coast resorts.


Details of the next two Sunday walks are as follows: 


Sunday 22 October 2017   Leaders: Virginia and Roger Yelland   (Landranger 165)

Meet:  Marylebone 0845 for 0913 train to Saunderton (arr 0953)

Lunch:  The Lions of Bledlow (Grid: SP775021).

Tea:    Maybe

Distance:  10.7 undulating miles with two quite steep hills (Chinnor Hill and Bledlow 

                   Ridge),   and some high stiles.  Includes the delightful Lyde Garden at 

                   Bledlow. Returning from Saunderton.

Fare:   £13.80 CDR Saunderton with NSE discount.


Sunday 29th October    Leader: Paul Connolly  (OS Explorer 173)

Meet: Highgate (Northern line, zone 3) 1015 for 1030 start.

Lunch:   Jolly Butchers, Stoke Newington. Other food and drink options nearby.

Tea:   Stratford

Distance:  8 downhill and level miles through a variety of urban landscapes returning from  Stratford (Zones 2/3)

Fare:  Oyster/Freedom pass/Travelcard options.


Also a gentle reminder that the AGM is on Saturday 21 October. Full details in the Autumn Programme together with a form to nominate members for service on the club committee for the next year. Remember "NO COMMITTEE = NO CLUB"


The full Autumn 2017 Programme can be seen by clicking on the "Current Programme" tab or the "Autumn Programme 2017" tab at the top or down the right hand side of your screen. Previous programmes can be seen in the Programme Archive which nowextends back to Summer 1991, latest programmes first.