(Under the Patronage of the Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster) :


Hon. Treasurer                                                Hon. Secretary
Bridie Barry                                                     Veronlque Dochain,

Kindly note that all communications with the Secretary, Treasurer or Committee Members should be made in writing. Please no telephone calls.

Committee 1987/1988

Compiler of Ramble List  : Philip Evans,
Publicity  :                          Peter MacDonald,

Socia' Events  :                  Paul Brunning,

Other Duties  :                    Hilary McNabb,

                                           Ron Scott,

                                           Maureen Cahalane ,





Sunday 5th June 1988                                   Leader: Joe O'Reilly
Meet      : Baker Street at 10.35 a.m for the 10.50 train to CHESHAM (Change at CHALFONT AND LATIMER) (arr. 11.39)
Lunch     : Bull - Bellingdon
Tea         : Chesham
Distance : 12 Irish miles - returning from Chesham
Fare        : £2.00 travelcard + excess to/from Northwood
                                                                       Duty Peter MacDonald

Sunday 12th June 1988                                 Leader: Maurice Hickman
Meet     : Charing Cross at 10.15 a.m. for the 10.30 train to PADDOCK WOOD (arr. 11.19) 
Lunch    : Hopbine - Petteridge GR 667413 - food available
Tea        : Badsell Park Farm
Distance: 11 miles including 2 after tea - returning from Paddock Wood.
Fare       : £5.00 C.D.R. PADDOCK WOOD
                                                                             Duty: Ron Scott

Sunday 19th June 1988                                       Leader: Michael Donnelly
Meet      : King's Cross at 10.15 a.m. for the 10.30 train to GORDON HILL
(arr, 10.53)
Lunch    : Wheelwrights Arms - Goffs Oak No food available.
Tea        : Forty Hall
Distance: 11 miles - returning from Gordon Hill
Fare       : £2.10 C.D.R. GORDON HILL
                                                                             Duty Paul Brunning

Sunday 26th June 1988                                        Leader: Philip Evans
Meet      : Waterloo at 9.10 a.m. for the 19.25 train to ROWLANDS CASTLE
(arr. 10.49)
Lunch    : Red Lion - Chalton
Tea        : highly unlikely
Distance: 11 miles - returning from Rowlands Castle
Fare       : £9.30 C.D.R. ROWLANDS CASTLE
                                                                               Duty . Maureen Cahalane

Sunday 3rd July 1988                                            Leader: Ron Scott
Meet       : Liverpool Street at 9.45 a.m. for the 10.00 train to KELVEDON
(arr. 10.59)
Lunch     : Tiptree
Tea         : picnic
Distance: 11 miles returning from Kelvedon
Fare      : £6.60 C.D.R. KELVEDON
                                                                               Duty Hilary McNabb

Sunday 10th July 1988                                           Leader: Joe 0' Reilly
Mee        t: Baker Street at 10.35 a.m, for the 10.50 train to CHALFONT &.
LATIMER (arr. 11.26)
Lunch     : White Hart - Chalfont St. Giles - Pub serves good food (No
lunches or flasks In garden please)
Tea         : tough luck
Distance : 13 miles - returning from Chorleywood
Fare         £2.00 travelcard plus excess fare to/from Northwood
                                                                                Duty Philip Evans

Sunday 17th July 1988            Leaders: , Anne Alcock &: Veronique Dochain
Mee       t: Victoria at 9.30 a.m, for the 9.56 train to HASSOCKS(arr, 11.00)
Lunch     : The Plough Inn - Pyecombe - food available
Tea         : highly unlikely
Distance : 12 mlles returning from Hassocks
Fare        : about £7.40 C.D.R. HASSOCKS
                                                                                Duty: Paul Brunning
Warning steep hills - fairly strenuous

Sunday 24th July 1988                                           Leader : Philip Evans
Meet       : Victoria at 9.45 a.ID. for the 10.02 train to AMBERLEY (arr, 11.23)
Lunch     : White Horse - Sutton
Tea         : Amberley
Distance : 12 miles - returning from Amberley
Fare        : £7.40 C.D.R. AMBERLEY
                                                                                Duty Ron Scott

Sunday 31st July 1988                                            Leader: Mary Hickman
Mee      t: Vlctorla at 10.10 a.m. Cor the 10.32 train to REDHILL (arr, 11.09)
Lunch    : Sklmmlngton Castle
Tea        : Redhill
Distance: 12 miles - returning from Redhill
Fare       : £3.20 C.D.R. REDDILL
                                                                                 Duty Peter MacDonald

Sunday 7th August 1988                                         Leader: Peter MacDonald
Meet      : Victoria at 8.45 8.m. for the 9.02 train to HOGNOR REGIS (arr. 10.45) then short bus journey (No. 245: bus leaves the station for PAGHAM
at 10.51, arriving in Pagham at 11.17). Those travelling by car should
drive to PAGHAM and meet party at bus stop outside Hotel (name not
known - please enquire locally)
Lunch    : Pub in Sidlesham
Swim in the afternoon
Bus back to Bognor at 5.22 p.m. or 6.22 p.m,
Tea         : in Bognor
Train (18.58 from Bognor) arrives back in London at 20.43 - the 19.14 train arrives in London at 21.00.
Distance : 8 miles
Fare        : £9.40 C.D.R. BOGNOR REGIS
                                                                                    Duty :Ron Scott

Sunday 14th August 1988                                       Leader: Maurice Hickman
Meet       : Victoria at 9.30 a.m. for the 9.47 train to LEWES (arr. 10.54) to
connect with 11.00 train to BISHOPSTONE(arr. 11.15)
Lunch     : Plough and Harrow (food available)
Tea         : Seaford
Distance : 12 miles - returning from Seaford
Fare        : £8.50 C.D.R. SEAFORD
                                                                                 Duty Philip Evans

Sunday 21st August 1988                                        Leader: Fred McAndrew
Meet     : Charing Cross at 10.45 a.m. for the 11.00 train to CIIELSFIELD
(arr. 11.28)
Lunch    : Five Bells - Chelsfield
Tea        : Eynsford
Distance: 11 miles - returning from Shoreham
Fare       : £3.50 C.D.R. SHORERAM
                                                                                  Duty: Veronique Dochain

Monday 29th August 1988 - August Bank Holiday    Leader: Philip Evans
Meet: Marylebone at 9.25 a.m. tor the 9.39 train to PRINCES
RISBOROUGH (arr. 10.46)
Lunch: Three Horseshoes - Bennett End (pub serves food)
Tea : unlikely
Distance: 13 miles - returning from Princes Risborough
Duty: she/he who comes



1. "Pilgrimage on Foot" - Walsingham in the Marian Year - 2 - 9 July
   1988 - Walk for CAFOD. For details please contact Helen Gilmour,
    33 Chelsham Road, London SW4 or ring 733 7044. Booking form

2. The Third Canterbury Pilgrimage - Saturday 20th August to Monday
29th August 1988. See annexure.

III SIZE 9 Walking Boots FREE. Good condition. If interested, please
contact F.J. Hickman, Esq. 

IV WEEKEND AWAY - Friday 26th· August - Monday 29th August -
This will be a Hostel weekend, although B &. B is available in Linton
where the hostel is situated. For anyone interested please forward deposit
of £10.00 plus stamped addressed envelope no later than end of July to
Frank Keating, (contact details in original programme but not in internet version). 


Saturday 9th July - Day out to Greenwich via the Docklands light rail way.
Meet Paul Brunning at Tower Bridge Tube Station at 11 am.

Saturday 16th July - Open Air Concert at Kenwood. Meet at 4 p.m. at
Hampstead Tube Station. Please bring a bottle of wine, a picnic (salads,
French bread, pork pies, quiches, pizzas, crisps, coleslaw, fruit salads etc.
+ own cutlery), a blanket, a torch and waterproof sheeting to sit on.
Entrance fee: about £3.00.

Saturday 10th September - Meal in the West End following mass for Fr.
Higgs at St. Joseph's, Bunhill Row, ECl. Meet after 6.30 pm mass.

Saturday 17th September - from 4 p.m. - Barbecue at Hilary's in Dunton
Green followed by slides of Ron Scott's trip to China.

Please bring bottle / something to grill plus any other culinary
Kindly let Hilary know if you are coming. 

Saturday 18th February 1989 - 'CATS'. Please send a cheque for £10.00
and SAE to Paul Brunning, by 3rd June at the latest.

Copy date for next list :  13th August 1988


      It has become apparent that our President is far too busy to devote
sufficient time to the Club, and it would therefore be desirable to appoint a Vice-President. He or she would need to be a long-serving member of the Club and his/her duties would consist in chairing AGMs and familiarise
Committee members with the background and spirit of the Club. His/her role would be similar to that of a Monarch in dealing with the Government.

      You are all invited. to put forward names of members whom you
consider suitable for the post. You must not approach the persons whose
names you put forward for nominatlon. Your votes will be treated in

      Please fill in tear-off slip and return to the Secretary by 15th July 1988 at, the latest.


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