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GOWER HOLIDAY 16-19 APRIL 2018

Three nights, four days – how hard can that be?  For a walking holiday newbie, RRC’s spring break in the Gower (not known for steep cliffs) ticked all the right boxes and I was in good, and friendly, company.  After an easy drive west, 22 of us arrived at the King Arthur Hotel in Reynoldston ready…
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Church Stretton | Club Trip 14th – 17th October 2016

This weekend promised to be good one. Ruth and Bill had lived in the area so qualified for providing good walking routes, Ralph was celebrating his birthday and with the fine reputation of the HF hotel all we needed was good weather. We were not disappointed. On Friday most of the 18 participants arrived at…
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Coach Trip to NT Tyntesfield | 7th September 2016.

The annual coach trip was a bit later this year but well worth the wait. After a smooth journey, courtesy of Brian, our Stewart's driver, we arrived at Tyntesfield near Bristol where most, if not all, descended on the cafe for refreshments (RRC members know where their priorities lie). Strangely, we then had to leave…
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The Smallest City | 30th June – 4th July 2016

St. David's in Pembrokeshire, is described in the literature as "the smallest city in Britain," which fairly describes the intimate feel of the place along with the imposing presence of its Cathedral and Bishop's Palace. Almost surrounded by coast, it offered our 11-strong group our pick of clifftop paths. A short walk through the city…
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