Sunday 18th September

10:00am  Toddington and Tingrith Trundle

               Booking Required

Harlington Village Hall car park
Postcode: LU5 6LS.  Grid Ref: TL037304

An 11 miles - Full Day Walk

A very pleasant ‘trundle’ in the lush green countryside south and west of Harlington, heading south initially on the Icknield Way to Upper Sundon before heading west to Toddington and its wide village green and war memorial.  Heading north from the village we pass near Toddington Manor on our way to scenic Tingrith village where we will stop for a rest at St Nicholas Church. After crossing the M1 (via footbridge!) we will return to the start via Harlington Wood Green and Westoning village with our last leg taking in part of the John Bunyan Trail.

To book a place please contact/text leader from 9am on Weds 15th Sept

Walk Leader - Leighton Buzzard Ramblers - Andrea

Mobile: 07713 718389  Email:

08:00am  Greensand Ridge Walk Challenge Day 2… 21 miles

Meeting Location Ampthill Park West car park nearest A507.

Post Code: MK45 2HX (Council Offices and Hub in Central car park)

OS Map GR: TL 024 381.


Board a coach to transfer to start at Gamlingay Cinques.


The walk passes through two estates before reaching Everton. Along a Roman road and past a Roman camp, through villages of Beeston, Northill, Haynes, Clophill and Maulden before arriving back in Ampthill Park. After an easy start the route becomes more challenging. Please note earlier start time than day 1. Certificates awarded for those completing the challenge.


Parking free in Ampthill Park west car park.


Toilets. Pubs in Northill and Haynes plus Eco Lodge at Clophill Refreshments. 



Bring lunch and adequate fluids for the day. Suitable breaks arranged by Leaders.


Dogs allowed but owners should make sure they bring suitable food and fluid


Cost £18 charge to cover organisational and transport costs whether you come for one or both days. 

For further details and booking please click here. 


Queries email: Tel: 01234 353704

Leaders: Ramblers Nick & Others. Contact 07803 125 876

Key to Colour Coding
Walks 5 to 8 miles
All Day Walks 9 miles plus
Special Interest Walks
Walks less than 5 miles

10:00am  Woburn Wild Life Walk

Starting from Woburn car park, opposite St Mary’s Church, Park Street, Woburn, MK17 9PG. OS GR SP 951 331


A pleasant 6 mile stile free circular walk takes in Birchmoor Green, Horsepool Lane, Woburn Safari Park, and Woburn Park. Can be muddy in places when wet.


Free parking in Woburn Public car park opposite St Mary’s Church Park Street Woburn.


Refreshments available in Woburn. No public toilets.

Bring a snack/drink as there will be a break during the walk


Booking required… prebook from 9am Friday 16th September 2022

Walk Leader Ramblers Nigel Nauth 01525 374024

10:00am Greensand Country Eastern Historic Parkland Walk

Starting from outside St Mary’s Church, Church End, Everton SG19 2JY

OS GR TL 202 512.


This 6.5mile circular walk descends to the north of the Greensand Ridge to pass the former wartime airfield at Tempsford and then back up onto the ridge and easterly on the Greensand Ridge Walk (GSRW) to Gamlingay Cinques. The return walk follows a short section of wide roadside verge to then re-join the GSRW in a westerly direction back to Everton. Please note, as indicated, there is a short descent and assent on this otherwise easy walk.


For further details please see Greensand Country website.


Park safely on local side roads in the village. Please respect local residents


No refreshments or toilets available


Bring snack/drink as there is a break during the walk


No Booking required.

Leader Ramblers Andy Knight 07879 691893

11:00am Biggleswade Green Wheel and a little bit more

Starting from Biggleswade Railway Station, Station Road, Biggleswade SG18 8AL.

OS GR TL 192 443


This walk is hosted by Stag Walkers, a Ramblers group aimed primarily at people in their 20s and 30s but all are welcome.


This leisurely walk of 9.5 miles will closely follow the Biggleswade Green Wheel, looping around and, at points, into the town. The route passes through Biggleswade Common, the largest area of Common Land in the county, and alongside the River Ivel. We’ll start by heading from the train station towards the Ivel Mill, and will follow the river for over a mile until we reach Jordan's Mill. From here we will walk past cultivated fields, and then into the edge of the town. We’ll then leave the town and walk on a path with Baden Powell Way and the new estate by our left hand side. After this we will reach Biggleswade Common, where we're likely to find some grazing cattle. We will find our way to the east bank of the Ivel and then finally back into town, returning to where we started.


Parking at station £3 or free parking at Rose Lane car park, Biggleswade SG18 0JT, 5 minutes walk from the station.


Bring a packed lunch or snacks and drinks.


Dogs are welcome on a lead.


Booking preferred, RSVP at

or email for more details or contact via email. Leader Ramblers Tiago Almeida.

1:30pm A model village in the heart of the Vale

Starting from outside Stewartby Memorial Hall (also known as the Village Hall). Stewartby Way MK43 9LU. OS GR TL 019 423


On this 2 hour informative walk this “ mini garden city” and some of the surroundings are explored and some surprising facts emerge.


Mostly good paths but some places can be muddy when wet.


Street parking around Memorial Hall (also known as the Village Hall) or nearby car park.


Toilets and refreshments available at the Kiln after the walk.


No booking required,

Leader Ramblers Barry Ingram 07860 348347