RIP Jeane Wiggins, landlady of the Cat and Custard Pot: Paddlesworth.
Dear White Cliffs Ramblers Member, It is with sadness that we learned of the passing of Jeane Wiggins, landlady of the Cat and Custard Pot in Paddlesworth. I am sure that many of you will have stopped for lunch with walks over the years and will remember her very well. Jeane has efficiently served lunchtime food and drinks to numerous walking groups since 1975. We will all miss her. A condolence card from White Cliffs Ramblers has been given to her family. The business is carrying on as usual. Regards Averil Brice
Changes and Corrections up to 18th November 2018
Walk 3422 Kearsney Abbey Dover: Sunday 18/11/2018: Important information
NOTE: Car park closed. Revised map reference for alternative car park is: TR285437
Dear Walks Leaders, Thank you so much to everyone who has provided so many walks to us for 1st December to 31 March-19, resulting in a varied and interesting programme. We now have only two vacancies and hope to be able to fill them. They are: December 2nd and 23rd, both short Sunday walks of about 5 to 6 miles. If you feel you can provide one of these please get in touch with us. Even if you haven’t led before, there may be a local route with which you are already familiar and an experienced leader can walk it out with you. Please get in touch with us. Hope to hear from you soon. Also if anyone has any articles for the newsletter we would welcome them. Any contributions greatly received. Best Regards, Tony & Anne Emails: Tony: email@example.com Anne: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel:01304 372814
Dates for your diary:
New Forest Holiday 2019 1st April to 6th April: I am planning another walking holiday to the New Forest, if you are interested please contact me by email at email@example.com Hotel is The Bartley Lodge at Cadnam, Hampshire. Five nights on a dinner/bed/breakfast basis, £325.00 each if sharing a room, £400.00 for single occupancy. The walks will be a mixture of 5 to 7 miles on fairly flat , but sometimes very muddy footpaths, at a leisurely pace. Margaret Milsted-Williamson