Category: Staffs walks

A July round up!

It has become an annual ritual as the Summer holidays kick in for me to think “Crikey, it’s ages since I have written a blog….but it’s just been so busy”, and, thank fully after the last year, 2021 has been no exception! We have been working all over the country with a really diverse, but

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It’s been a while…….

The blog has been shamefully neglected for two main reasons of late. The first is that we have been wonderfully, spectacularly busy showing people the fantastic outdoor experiences that the UK has to offer. The second, more shamefully, involved a cup of hot coffee, my computer and a wrinkle in my rug…..anyway, I am heading

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Busy, busy, busy

It’s been a while since I last updated the blog and whilst I feel a bit remiss, the reason is basically because we are having our busiest ever season here and there’s barely been time to pop home and get the washing done over the last few weeks! Not that I’m complaining….There has been a

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Another busy week

Well, it’s been another action packed week here at Come walk with me as we have helped out Entrust at the Standon Bowers OEC and then on a D of E Silver practice expedition around Cannock Chase. It’s been a hugely varied week and that is one of the things that we enjoy so much.

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Variety is the spice of life!

24-30.4.17 Walking with; Jay, Iona, Hamish and Downend School This is now (unbelievably) the fourth year of Come walk with me UK and I am delighted to say that we have managed to get busier year on year thanks to the high standard of service we provide for our customers whether working as a freelancer

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Busy times, a catch up!

Full album on Facebook Life here at Come walk with me has been super busy of late and as I am heading off to Peru with Camps International and Beauchamp College this Friday I have decided to amalgamate the last week and a half into a single blog! It’s a great example to show the

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Two White Peak walks

8&10th/01/14 When I think about walking in the Peak District my mind is automatically drawn to the Dark Peak, to the rough, wild peaks of Kinder, Black Hill and Bleaklow. In my mind’s eye the White Peak is gentler, almost twee, cutesy villages tucked in Limestone dales, it lacks the raw wildness of the hills

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3 Staffordshire Hills

1.2.13Walking with; Nobody Sometimes in the hill walking community we naturally assume bigger is better, but that isn’t always the case. As the husband of a wife who measures in at a less than towering 5 ft 2 and as a fan of the brand of wing wizadry Shane Williams bought to the Welsh rugby

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